Mamelodi Sundowns are understood to have ensured that their squad will be as strong as it is now, and the club is believed to have exercised the option in the contract of one of their key players.
The Siya crew has it on good authority that the DStv Premiership champions have exercised the option in the contract of central defender Mosa Lebusa, who has captained the side over the last few months, with Hlompho Kekana not getting any game-time at the moment.
The left-footed central defender joined the Chloorkop outfit in 2018 from relegated Ajax Cape Town (now Cape Town Spurs) on a three-year deal, which will expire at the end of this month.
The deal had an option for a further two years and according to Siya sources, Sundowns are believed to have decided to keep the player beyond the expiration of his current deal, joining the likes of Andile Jali, Rivaldo Coetzee and Kennedy Mweene, who have had their options exercised in recent times.
Lebusa, who is a nominee for DStv defender of the season, has been an immense figure at the back for the Brazilians, making 27 appearances in all competitions for the side.
At 28, Lebusa still has a lot to offer and Sundowns are making sure that they hold onto their best players, as they aim of continue their dominance domestically and also try to finally get that second CAF Champions League title.