Mamelodi Sundowns allegedly look set to loan out Musawenkosi Mdluli, the football fraternity has been led to believe.
Mdluli was promoted to thbelieve team at Chloorkop last season, along with Siphesihle Mkhize, but is yet to make a competitive appearance for the defending DStv Premiership Champions.
Mkhize was sent out on loan to Chippa United during the recent transfer window and is getting an opportunity to play under Gavin Hunt, with Mdluli seemingly next in line.
The public had been informed that the Tshwane giants were looking to send the midfielder out on loan during the last transfer window, but a move did not materialise for the player.
Indications are that they are now planning to negotiate a loan move during the upcoming January transfer window, with Downs looking to give him an opportunity at playing regularly.
The 23-year-old from Tembisa has little chance of breaking into the team this season with all the competition there is for places and, according to sources, the technical team feels it would be good for the player to go elsewhere.
Sundowns have sent out eight players on loan this season, with the likes of Luvuyo Phewa, Malebogo Modise and Harold Majadibodu all making a mark in the National First Division.
Mdluli will therefore be hoping to get a similar opportunity to showcase his talent.
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