African giants challenge Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns for the signature of Pretorian Based star.

 African giants challenge Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns for the signature of Pretorian Based star.

African giants to challenge Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns for Shandre Campbell!

Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns will not have it all their way if they are to compete to sign SuperSport United sensation Shandre Campbell.

It’s believed that all of Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns are set to battle it out for SuperSport United’s Shandre Campbell.

Campbell is enjoying his breakthrough season at SuperSport, having been promoted to the first team. He earned that step up to the senior side, courtesy of his impressive showings for their DStv Diski Challenge campaign. Since getting the nod from veteran tactician, the left-footed wizard has not disappointed. As it stands, he has already racked up nine goals and four assists in 19 games in all competitions.

That is the type of form that has seen many call for Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos to call Campbell up. This international window seems to have come to soon for him though. He does, however, headlines a list of SA U20 players heading into camp. He has also, caught the eye of the likes of Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns. It is believed that, they will face stern competition from Libyan giants Al Hilal SC Benghazi.


“News coming out of the SuperSport camp is that Libyan outfit Al Hilal Benghazi have made an enquiry about Campbell. A player who faced them twice in the CAF Confederation Cup group fixtures this season. Benghazi are the type of club not shy to ambitiously target players outside their country if they feel they can afford and can add value to their squad. The Siya crew understands a potential move to any part of the African continent does not follow the trajectory the player’s agency has set for him.”

It would indeed be a surprise if Campbell would ever opted for Al Hilal, if he were to leave SuperSport. A move to either Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns would seem much more likelier.


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