Mamelodi Sundowns have not registered one of their wingers for the CAF Champions League competition, with the player previously having been linked with a move away from the club.
As reported by the Siya crew yesterday, George Lebese did not travel with Sundowns to Equatorial Guinea for their first CAF Champions League clash, with it since being revealed by sources that the former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder hasn’t been registered for the competition altogether.
However, according to reports, Lebese is not the only player signed by Sundowns in the past two seasons that have not made their way onto the list of registered players for the competition.
Reports have indicated that Aubrey Ngoma has also not been registered for Sundowns' current CAF Champions League campaign, which suggests that the former Cape Town City winger could also possibly make his way out of the Chloorkop-based club in the upcoming January transfer window.
Ngoma has been linked with a move away from Sundowns in the past, after failing to secure regular game-time since joining the Brazilians in January this year.
However, Sundowns are yet to confirm their official CAF Champions League squad and it remains to be seen what will become of the immediate futures of the likes of Lebese and Ngoma.