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Kaizer Chiefs are now leading the race to sign Teboho Mokoena from SuperSport United?

At this moment SuperSport United have one of the best midfielders in the country in the form of Teboho Mokoena and probably alongside him his teammate Sipho Mbule

That has also now sparked potential reports of both players moving to Kaizer Chiefs or Mamelodi Sundowns but of course that won't come cheap as SuperSport United will demand quite a lot of money

And particularly Teboho Mokoena who has been on the radar of Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns with the Brazilians thought to be very much interested in his services and to bring him all the way to chloorkop

To make matters even more interesting Mamelodi Sundowns early in November announced the departure of Legendary midfield maestro Hlompho Kekana after he had served the club with full distinction

And perhaps as a potential replacement for Hlompho Kekana there were thoughts and reports that Mamelodi Sundowns are targeting Teboho Mokoena who would cost them quite a lot of money

And in terms of a fee or wages Mamelodi Sundowns would not have a problem meeting those kinds of demands as well as they have the financial resources to do so and he would make the Mamelodi Sundowns team a whole lot better than it is

But most recently it has now been revealed that Kaizer Chiefs are leading the race to sign Teboho Mokoena from SuperSport United with the club CEO revealing the time has probably come for the club to sell the player

"Also quite honestly when we can get a good return, so, for us, that time is now and we are not going to hold Tebza back, we want him, and wherever his move transpires to be,"

"To be something that motivates other young players in the club to stick with us the years that Tebza has stuck with us, and earn big money moves when the time comes,"

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