SuperSport United midfielder Teboho Mokoena has concurred individual terms for a transition to Mamelodi Sundowns with the clubs in cutting edge conversations about a charge for the Bafana star.SuperSport United during the DStv Premiership match against Maritzburg United at Lucas Moripe Stadium in Pretoria on September 25 2021. Mokoena has agreed terms to sign for Mamelodi Sundowns, with some details to be finalised."/>
Mokoena, 24, is seemingly the most sizzling property in the DStv Premiership right now and Sundowns have gained a sudden advantage over their opponents as they hope to get his administrations this month.
Kaizer Chiefs were likewise beforehand in the running for his mark, however the player has consented to move to Sundowns, however there is another club additionally in conflict.
Belgian side Anderlecht, who have been following Mokoena for quite a while, have entered the image late on and could yet grab the 24-year-old, however conversations over a potential arrangement have just barely begun.
"We have concurred individual terms with Sundowns and presently it is club-to-club conversations over an expense," Mokoena's mediator Glyn Binkin told TimesLIVE on Friday morning.
"Those conversations are likewise at a seriously progressed stage. Nightfalls are exceptionally quick to get the player during this move window."
Binkin affirmed there was interest from Chiefs, however said he accepts they are presently not in the image, and in the event that there is to be an option in contrast to Sundowns, it would be a move to another country.
"There has been interest from clubs in Europe, however it is very hard to get moves abroad in the current climate. A great deal of clubs there are combining and except if they have a particular requirement for a specific player, it is hard to get a move.
"Yet, Anderlecht have made a request and we will address them to hear their position. They have been following Teboho for some time so know what a quality player he is."
Mokoena has been connected to Chiefs alongside SuperSport and SA Under-23 midfield accomplice, and individual result of the Harmony Academy in the Free State, Sipho Mbule.
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SuperSport CEO Stan Matthews had recently expressed Mokoena would not be leaving before the finish of the period, however seems to have altered his perspective.Kaizer Chiefs target Mokoena 'can now get big money move' - Matthews | Goal.com"/>
He told the SA Football Journalists' Association towards the finish of last year that he would have no issue offering his star resource for one of the "large three" clubs in the DStv Premiership.
"I have offered many players to Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, players who added to Pirates' successive high pitches, who added to Chiefs' association titles when Stuart Baxter was there [in his first spell], who added to the gold star [Champions League] Sundowns have won," Matthews said.
"We have consistently offered players to the large three and will keep on doing that. We sign players for three to five years and when they have showed us how they can treat assisted us with accomplishing our objectives as a club, we are glad to head out in different directions from them - at the perfect opportunity."
Mokoena was a headliner for the SA Under-23 group that certified for last year's Tokyo Olympics, and he scored a fabulous objective against France in the opposition. He was a central participant in midfield in Hugo Broos' Bafana who ran Ghana close for capability to the last round in the 2022 World Cup qualifying bunch stage.
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