The 24 year old, super sport united midfielder, sipho Mbule, is all over the news recently. The player is in highly demand, by the big club's, of south africa, but it seems like kaizer chiefs are leadind the race' to secure the signature of the young star in this transfer window period. His agent, Mike Makaab has given charity, on who interest his client, between kaizer chiefs and mamelodi sundowns. Speaking on gagasi fm, Makaab clears the air that the player is totally intrested to join amakhosi than mamelodi sundowns. He also confirmed that kaizer chiefs officially bid for super sport united young star. Mbule is one of the best midfielders, recently on the dstv premier league, and I'm really sure that amakhosi fans will be pleased to see the player on their colours. Yet Sipho mbule hasn't been signed by any of this club, he is still a super sport united player, but the rumour has it that' amakhosi are working hard behind the scenes, to get the service of this young man. Source's:sowetanLIVE, daily dispatch, city press, sabc sport, Enca home of sport, sport 24, idiski times and FAR post. Edited by Khalabemgeza @Khalabemgeza45 on Twitter.
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