Kaizer Chiefs could invite utility player Lebogang Manyama for their Sunday's association experience against Maritzburg United.
Start up is at Harry Gwala Stadium is at 17:30.
As indicated by Soccer Laduma, Manyama has utilized the global split to move forward his recuperation from a niggling physical issue that governed him out of the Soweto Derby against Orlando Pirates.
A source known to the distribution uncovered that Manyama has been solid at preparing, and that the midfielder could go to Harry Gwala with Chiefs this coming end of the week.
"Lebza has been solid at preparing, he is sharp and could be remembered for the group for the following match (against Maritzburg United)," said the source.
Manyama has overseen only four appearances for Chiefs this season as wounds keep on upsetting his advancement under Stuart Baxter.
The last time Manyama included for Amakhosi was against AmaZulu on 2 October where he came on as a 80th-minute substitute.
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