Recently, Kaizer Chiefs Fans would have been thrilled with news that one of their top transfer targets Sipho Mbule would be making his way to Naturena in the coming days, judging by reports that have been making reports regarding the future of the player.
Indications were that Mbule was likely on his way there after it was said that he was preferring a move to Chiefs than to Mamelodi Sundowns who are also said to be interested in his services for a while now.
However, SuperSport United CEO Stan Matthews who holds back no punches in telling the truth has come forward to squash down those talks, saying that the club did not receive any offer from Chiefs and that the player is not for sale for that matter at the moment.
" Chiefs have not brought any offer to us for Sipho and even if they did, we would not be selling him because he is not for sale at the moment. I can't comment on what his agent was quoted saying because I spoke to him and talks of him being sold were not mentioned. I told his agent that Sipho is not for sale until he shines for Supersport again," explained Mathews.
Mbule has been chased by Kaizer Chiefs even in the previous transfer window and perhaps his current employers feels that they should hold on to him, considering that they will be parting ways with one of their star players in the form of Teboho Mokoena who is reportedly on his way to Mamelodi Sundowns.
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