Former Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana is in line to make a return to Premiership football in January, with a Gauteng club looking at the possibility of giving him a contract.
Kekana parted ways with Sundowns after spending a successful 10 years with the club and it's understood that he could make a return to a club where he won two Premiership titles in the early years of his professional career.
According to information received by the Siya crew, SuperSport are opening to having the player on board and he looks set to start training with the team.
The Siya crew has previously reported that SuperSport is an option for Kekana, who was with Matsatsantsa between 2008 and 2010 before making a move to Bloemfontein Celtic.
While Kekana would not be a replacement for Teboho Mokoena, who is expected to leave SuperSport at the end of the campaign, he will add valuable experience if signed by the Tshwane outfit. With younger players such as Jesse Donn, Jamie Webber and Sipho Mbule in the team, his experience could come in handy as Matsatsantsa look to challenge their rivals Sundowns at the top of the standings.