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Sundowns star set to join another DStv Premiership club

(Source: thesouthafrican.com)

Mamelodi Sundowns have done an incredible job to sign numerous players in the past, but the major challenge is seeing them struggle to break into the starting eleven. Even though some of the players are regarded as extremely talented, but they still fail to the win the hearts of the technical team. When it comes to supporters, then they might want to see more of the players as they feel that they deserve patience and time to be able to work on their craft. Hence, Keletso Makgalwa has been unlucky to remain at Chloorkop as he's surplus to the club's requirements.


In the previous season, he was loaned to Swallows FC as they utilitised him to the best out their abilities. As he was one of the outstanding players at the Dube Birds and there was talks that he could remain within the club. As the Soweto giants technical team was pleased with the work that he did for Amaswaiswai, but the issue of salaries stood in his way of remaining within the club. “While Swallows could be keen extend his loan spell, it’s understood they would only do so if his salary package, partly paid by Downs, is significantly reduced," said the source speaking to Soccer Laduma.


Now, according to reports, Makgalwa could be on his way to TS Galaxy who can be seen as giant killers after they defeated Sundowns by 1-0 in the second game of the new season. It seems like the Downs fans haven't recovered from seeing the back of their favourite attacker. “Siya sources have indicated that the 25-year-old has been offered to TS Galaxy and talk is that the Brazilians aren’t willing to cut ties permanently for now,” said a close source speaking to Soccer Laduma.


Source Link:

https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/mamelodi-sundowns-to-loan-keletso-makgalwa-to-psl-rivals-psl-ts-galaxy-dstv-premiership-report-11-august-2022/

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