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REPORTS : Sundowns Ready To Snatch This Player From Chiefs Radar

With the current season coming to its end, soccer clubs have already started with their advancements to bolster their squads for next season in hopes to challenge for silverware. 

One of the club's that never miss out on the opportunity to bring someone in are Mamelodi Sundowns who always seem to have an appetite and the money to go recruiting the best talent that is available. 

News making the rounds with regards to that is that they are busy wrapping up a deal that will see Supersport United midfielder Sipho Mbule who's exit from Matsatsantsa has been imminent since recently. 

The 24 years old Bethlehem born star is having serious issues with his current club Supersport who gave him a shot in his career from a young age. The club have since said that he will no longer play for them again, this through their CEO Stan Matthews who is fed up with Mbule's I'll-descipline. 

According to a source who is not far from the situation, Sundowns and Supersport are set to engage in a swap deal that will see Matsatsantsa get two players from Sundowns for Mbule. 

"Sundowns almost signed Mbule at the beginning of the season but the issue was descipline and thats why it did not happen. The deal is now on again. The deal is in progress and Supersport have already identified two players whom they want as part of a swap deal, " said the Source. 

This will be a blow for Kaizer Chiefs who have been seriously after the midfielder but it seems they will not be getting him as it is seemingly done that he will be a Sundowns player next season. 

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