Kaizer Chiefs have resumed their interest in a Mamelodi Sundowns star, according to news reaching the Siya team.
Due to intense competition and injuries, Sibusiso Vilakazi has only made five appearances for Sundowns this season.
Vilakazi has long been a fan of Chiefs, who were prominently connected with him when he left Bidvest Wits in 2016, but he ended up joining the Chloorkop-based team instead.
It appears that they have rekindled their enthusiasm.
As Stuart Baxter attempts to rebuild the side, there is chatter within the Amakhosi corridors that the club could make a move for the player, according to well-placed sources.
Since joining Downs, the attacker has made over 130 games, earning four league titles, the MTN8 and a CAF Super Cup.
Amakhosi and Sundowns are no strangers to the transfer market, with Chiefs signing a slew of former Downs players, including Katlego Mphela, Donald Khuse, Sizwe Motaung, and, more recently, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Leonardo Castro, and Khama Billiat.
However, because Vilakazi is under contract, the two clubs will have to work out a transfer fee if Chiefs make a formal request.
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