The fight for starting birth at Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club at moment is intense, with almost every player raising their hands whenever they are picked to start for the club.
Source: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook page
The club already has several players out on loan due to the quality and number of players they have in their squad at the moment, even still they are players who can't make the starting eleven.
Source: Kick Off Magazine Official Facebook page
The likes of Promise Mkhuma, Bangaly Soumahoro, and George Maluleka are just some of the few players who are yet to play a single minute for the Brazilians despite more than eight players leaving the club before this season begins.
Source: Soccer Laduma Official Facebook page
And that looks to have put Maluleka's career at Sundowns at risk, it is rumoured and believed that the 32-year-old former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club star will be sent out on loan in January when the transfer window opens.
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