Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns could soon bolster one of their PSL rivals’ squad.
According to reports, SuperSport United have set two PSL players from Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns as their primary transfer targets.
Phathutshedzo Nange has long been linked with a move to Gavin Hunt’s side while Mosa Lebusa appears to be another target!
Nange has struggled with injuries this season and ultimately isn’t Arthur Zwane’s first choice midfielder anyway.
Lebusa faces a similar fate at Mamelodi Sundowns having made just nine starts for the club this season.
SuperSport United to pounce on Chiefs and Sundowns players?
According to reports, Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Nange and Mamelodi Sundowns defender Lebusa have caught the eye of Gavin Hunt.
“Gavin Hunt has already started planning for next season, with the intention to challenge Mamelodi Sundowns for the league title.” a source told KickOff.
“Both Nange and Lebusa are part of the players that have been identified with the intention to lure them to SuperSport United next season.”
In other major news, Kaizer Chiefs have secured the services of one of the league’s top midfielders according to reports!
Mduduzi Mdantsane will be heading to Naturena next season after Cape Town City and the Glamour Boys reached an agreement over his transfer.
According to local reports, the longstanding Chiefs transfer target will return to his boyhood club in July.
Kaizer Chiefs tried to sign Mdantsane in January however we unable to get the deal across the line.
Reports suggest Cape Town City exercised their one-year contract extension on the midfielder. This mean Chiefs had to fork out an undisclosed amount of money for Mdantsane!
Amakhosi land star PSL midfielder – report
“Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town City are understood to have agreed to the transfer of midfielder Mduduzi Mdantsane, in principle, effective 1 July.” – SABC SPORT reported.
“Mdantsane’s contract expires at the end of the current campaign, however, information gathered by SABC Sport reveals City have since exercised his one-year option to avoid losing him on a free contract and being able to sell him to Chiefs.”