8 Players Sundowns Lost/Could Lose Out To Chiefs


The transfer window is officially open and Soccer Laduma takes a look at eight of Mamelodi Sundowns’ reported transfer targets that have already or could be snapped up by the likes of Kaizer Chiefs and Bidvest Wits.

Click through the gallery to view eight players who Sundowns could miss out on in the current transfer window

Aubrey Ngoma and Lebogang Manyama

Sundowns’ hopes of securing Ngoma’s services may have been dented after the player sustained a knee injury which could keep him on the sidelines for several months. On the other hand, according to sources, Cape Town City have put a €1 million (±R15 million) price- tag on Manyama’s services that could make any suitor shy away from their interest in the 26-year-old.

Mosa Lebusa:

The Brazilians are facing tough competition to try and bring Lebusa to the Chloorkop-based club following intense interest from the Soweto giants.

Rivaldo Coetzee

As revealed previously on Soccer Laduma, Ajax Cape Town chairman, Ari Efstathiou, confirmed that he recently held talks with European clubs about a transfer of Coetzee.

Daylon Claasen:

Siya sources revealed last year, that Sundowns were keen on trying to lure the player back to Mzansi. However, Bidvest Wits won the race to secure Claasen’s signature, amidst interest from the likes of Chiefs and Sundowns.

Philani Zulu:

The Siya crew reported last year, December that Sundowns were monitoring the situation of the former Maritzburg United winger. Amakhosi announced the signing of Zulu on July 03.

Ayabulela Konqobe:

It was reported on Soccer Laduma on June 30, that Masandawana has enquired about Konqobe’s availability. However, the latest on the 21-year-old is that Konqobe is on the verge of penning a deal with Orlando Pirates.

Jeremy Brockie:

Sundowns’ rekindled their interest in the striker, however, SuperSport United’s CEO, Stan Matthews, confirmed that the club will not be considering the sale of Brockie.

Source : SL

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