The Siya crew has been led to believe that Sipho Mbule's time with SuperSport United will come to an end in the next few weeks.
Mbule was recently suspended by his club SuperSport, as confirmed by CEO Stan Matthews, for allegedly disrespecting his teammates.
Matthews confirmed in edition 1271 of Soccer Laduma newspaper that Mbule is unlikely to feature again for the club this season, but further investigations have led the Siya crew to believe that the midfielder will leave the club at the end of the campaign.
According to information received by the Siya crew, SuperSport is understood to not see it necessary to take the 24-year-old midfielder through any disciplinary hearings because the player looks set to leave, come the end of the campaign.
Siya sources have indicated that the player has had dozens of meetings, fines and warnings from the club over the last few weeks and insiders have revealed that both parties are at a stage where they are ready to go their separate ways. The Siya crew has been led to believe that SuperSport have given up on trying to get the player back on track, while the player is understood to be ready to move on.
Mbule, who has only made one appearance for Matsatsantsa in 2022, is said to have wanted to make a move during the January transfer, but a move failed materialize, with the Siya crew informed that the player has since become an outcast at the club.
Indications are that Mbule has been placed on a special programme as he starts to prepare for life at a new club next season.
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