Why Sundowns Could Consider Selling Zwane To Chiefs…
Why Mamelodi Sundowns Could Consider Letting Themba Zwane Go To Kaizer Chiefs
As reported in last week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, Kaizer Chiefs will only let George Maluleka make the move to Mamelodi Sundowns, should Themba Zwane go in the opposite direction and the Siya crew takes a look at how this could happen.
Chiefs have revisited their interest in Zwane, following being linked to the player prior to him signing a new deal with Sundowns in December 2017.
However, Sundowns are not keen on losing the player’s services, as they recently parted ways with Khama Billiat, while Percy Tau is also likely to make the move to Europe in the upcoming transfer window.
However, here is how Sundowns may consider letting Zwane go, given that Chiefs will be open to Maluleka’s move to the Chloorkop-based club.
Sundowns To Possibly Go In For Manyama:
The Brazilians have in the past January transfer window, been linked with Lebogang Manyama, who is currently plying his trade in Turkey for Konyaspor.
There has been talk in the past months about Manyama’s potential return to Mzansi. Masandawana could look to revisit their interest in the player, should they be open to letting Zwane go.
Chiefs To Add Paez In Deal?
In the past, it was revealed that Head Coach Pitso Mosimane was assessing the possibility of bringing Gustavo Paez to the Chloorkop-based club, however, this if they were to miss out on Jeremy Brockie. Although, with circumstances different at this point in time, Chiefs could still look to add Paez alongside Maluleka in a deal to tempt Chiefs to let Zwane go in the opposite direction.
Chiefs To Offer Better Personal Package?
With money playing an integral role in the futures of professional football players, Chiefs could look to offer a better personal package to Zwane, which could change the way negotiations take place.
Sundowns have lost the services of Billiat to Chiefs and it remains to be seen whether the club will be keen on losing another one of their key players to the Soweto giants.