Chiefs R6 Million Deadly Downs Striker In Arthur Zwane's To Sign List

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The skilled midfielder for Mamelodi Sundowns apparently has interest from both Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town. According to reports, Kaiser Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane has his sights set on on Mamelodi Sundowns player Spelele Mkhulise.

Reportedly frustrated by his lack of playing time at Mamelodi Sundowns, Mkhulise is aiming to leave the club. Despite his obvious potential, the Brazilian midfielder has been struggling in recent years. Cape Town and Kaizer Chiefs are both interested in signing him if he is permitted to leave Mamelodi Sundowns.

According to the latest transfer rumors, Masandavana are in talks with Spelele Mhulise's camp about a potential move for the 26-year-old footballer. View citizen submitted reports. Whether the planned policy will be permanent or a loan deal remains unclear at this time. Because 10111 is a mentor who believes in giving young people opportunity, Kaiser Chiefs' head coach Arthur Zwane is also known to have a great deal of respect for Mhulise.

Considering that Amakhosi Chairman is still working to finalize the team's roster, Mkhulise's future is wide open. The same publication also said that Cape Town was interested in the 26-year-old midfielder. Mkhulise appeared in 27 matches for Mamelodi Sundowns in the previous season. It's annoying because only 12 showed up in the first minute and the rest had to fill in.

Sphelele Mkhulise, a midfielder, has played 1,054 minutes in 17 appearances in the Premier League this season. For every 90 minutes a player is on the pitch, Sphelele Mkhulise receives an average of 0.09 assists. Examine their Premier League qualifications in comparison to those of other players.

Due to reduced playing time, Sphelele Mkhulise has been held scoreless in the league this season, putting him in 31st place among Mamelodi Sundowns' top scorers. If you were Kaizer Chiefs, would you choose this prolific goal scorer or the dreaded Amakhosi?

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