Former Sundowns' Striker Spotted Training With PSL Rivals
The January transfer window is soon to close as it nears the end of the month, with only a few days remaining for potential deals to take place between clubs and players. Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker/winger Aubrey Ngoma has been spotted training with Sundowns Gauteng rivals SuperSport United in hopes of landing a new deal in the DStv Premiership since he parted ways with Cape Town City FC. The player was only on loan at City and when he made his way back to Sundowns he wasn't used in the first team as he would've hoped and now have the chance to revive his career. The window only offers Ngoma a small duration to impress the technical team as SuperSport United could look elsewhere to find replacements before the end of the month.
Bangaly Soumahoro who also played for Mamelodi Sundowns was also spotted with SuperSport United in training as he also look to land a deal with the Gauteng-based club. It's unclear to if he is still on Mamelodi Sundowns books or not, but either way he wasn't used much by the defending league champions, and a deal with SuperSport United could see him back on the pitch in competitive matches.
SuperSport United head coach Kaitano Tembo are believed to be keeping his eye on the two former Mamelodi Sundowns outcasts, in hopes to strengthen his side for the rest of the season. SuperSport United are having a busy transfer window period with their two star players Sipho Mbule and Teboho Mokoena bieng linked with moves away from the club as many clubs has shown their interest in the two.
It's been reported that Mamelodi Sundowns got busy with serious talks of signing Teboho Mokoena as they reportedly tabled an offer of R25 million. Should SuperSport United sell these two fine talents in the transfer window, they will have Aubrey Ngoma and Bangaly Soumahoro close, should they need to replace or fill the gaps.
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