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Kaizer Chiefs flop in transfer talks with PSL rivals!

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Phathutshedzo Nange looks set to leave the Glamour Boys next month.

The former Bidvest Wits man has been tipped to reunite with ex-coach Gavin Hunt at SuperSport United!

The latest update suggests a move is on the horizon for the midfielder who’s contract comes to a close at Naturena next month!

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Kaizer Chiefs man in talks with SuperSport United

According to the latest reports, SuperSport United have already initiated talks with the Glamour Boys over the services of Nange.

The next few weeks will be critical for midfielder and this website will keep you up to date with all of the transfer juice!

Nange made just one start for Arthur Zwane’s side this season.

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Sipho Mbule of Supersport United challenged by Phathutshedzo Nange of Kaizer Chiefs during the DStv Premiership 2021/22 match between Supersport United and Kaizer Chiefs. Photo: BackpagePix

In other news, Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Sandile Ndlovu believes Khanyisa Mayo’s dad was pivotal in blocking a move to neither Kaizer Chiefs nor Mamelodi Sundowns.

Mayo was tipped to join either side after a stellar campaign at Cape Town City.

The striker however decided to extend his stay in Cape Town until 2028!

According to Ndlovu, Patrick Mayo would have played a major role in his son’s career decision…

Mayo Snr blocked Chiefs and Sundowns move?

“If you have a father who played the game, you will never make the same mistakes your father did.” Ndlovu told KickOff regarding the Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns linked man.

“It’s clear the advice came from the father even if he was my son, I would have said good move.

“As for the three-year deal. I think it was proposed by Cape Town City, they wanted to be secured.

“The more he plays for Bafana the more Cape Town City stands to sell him at the right price. Next season he will be worth more. Remember football is a business.

“At this stage, it could have been difficult for him to choose between Kaizer Chiefs, Sundowns and Pirates.”

Bafana Bafana Khanyisa Mayo Kaizer Chiefs
Bafana Bafana and Cape Town City striker Khanyisa Mayo is the son of Kaizer Chiefs legend Patrick Mayo – Photo: Facebook – Cape Town City

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