Three new faces that you could see at Sundowns next season are revelead.

 Three new faces that you could see at Sundowns next season are revelead.

Mamelodi Sundowns: The THREE new faces we could see at Chloorkop Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi has already highlighted THREE areas in which the team needs to strengthen ahead of next season.

Mngqithi also stated that the left center-back position, central midfield, and attacking department all need to be strengthened.


Mbule’s likely destination, as previously said, is Sundowns, who have been interested in the midfielder for some time.

Mngqithi stated that they will require a different center midfielder than Rivaldo Coetzee in terms of physicality, among other factors. But whether or not this meant Mbule remains to be seen, since the 24-year-old is now used as an offensive midfielder and left winger. Player agent Mike Makaab believes SuperSport United midfielder Sipho Mbule may easily win a big-money move at the conclusion of the season.


Despite having Peter Shalulile as their primary scorer this season, Mngqithi believes Sundowns are overly reliant on the Namibian. As a result, he wants to bring in another striker next season to relieve some of the load on Shalulile, and that striker may be Nassir, who is slated to come in July. Sundowns were supposed to have signed the Ethiopian wonderkid earlier this season, but they were unable to register him because their foreign quota had been used up.

Sundowns and Orlando Pirates have both been interested in Sibisi, but with Mngqithi searching for a left centre-back, Sundowns might go to any length to grab him from Golden Arrows. This is because Sundowns are looking to fill the vacuum created by Ricardo Nascimento’s January departure to Royal AM. Sibisi has already established himself at Arrows, and his international status with Bafana Bafana suggests he may be a good match for Sundowns.

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