Mamelodi Sundowns set to complete a blockbuster signing.

 Mamelodi Sundowns set to complete a blockbuster signing.

Mamelodi Sundowns leading the race for Khanyisa Mayo’s signature.

Cape Town City’s star on Mamelodi Sundowns radar despite signing a new contract until 2028 in June.

Khanyisa Mayo who was tipped to join Kaizer Chiefs had a stllar season in the previous campaign managing to finish the season as a top joint goalscorer,for the PSL golden boot sharing it with Mamelodi Sundowns attacker Peter Shalulile.

The Cape Town City has been a revelation for the Citizens since he joined the Club in 2021 from Richards Bay. Khanyisa Mayo has been able to help the Citizens with his powerful shot infront of goal.

The versatile player who takes after his father Patrick Mayo a Kaizer Chiefs legend who used to play multiple positions,has been touted as one of the best strikers in the League especially with his technique when it comes to free kicks.

In January Khanyisa Mayo was closing in on a move to Kaizer Chiefs with both parties being close to a move,but last minutes attempts to change certain details completely killed the move.

With Cape Town City Chairman John Comitis having announced Khanyisa Mayo’s price tag it definitely scared of interested suitors, with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates taking a step back in efforts to try and sign the forward.

News resurfacing on NMMabunda Media can reveal that Mayo is on Mamelodi Sundowns wishlist,as the DSTV Premiership Champions are set to embark on African competitions with the new African Super League and the CAF Champions League its no doubt that Malema will need as much firepower upfront as they lost Mailula and only Peter Shalulile being the only in form striker at Mamelodi Sundowns.

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rhulani Mokoena has continuously insisted in the press thay they want to bring one more player before the end of the transfer window.

NMMabunda Media has been told that talks between the two Clubs are ongoing with the problem mainly being on the Clubs side and Player side in terms of wages and transfer fee but both Clubs still in touch in attempts to close the deal.

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