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Sundowns Duo On Their Way Out?

Mamelodi Sundowns duo Promise Mkhuma and Keletso Makgalwa could be loaned out to the University Of Pretoria, iDiski Times has learnt.

The duo had a promising start to their career when they both made their debut for Sundowns in the DStv Diski Challenge.

Makgalwa was even seen as a super-sub under coach Pitso Mosimane because of his impact from the bench, and even won the Nedbank Cup Most Promising Player in 2019/20.

Keletso Makgalwa of Mamelodi Sundowns celebrates goal with Pitso Mosimane, coach of Mamelodi Sundowns during the Absa Premiership 2019/20 match between Polokwane City and Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria, on 02 September 2020 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

He made his debut for Sundowns in January 2018 and has since racked up 37 appearances for the club.

However, he failed to cement a spot in the first team and has previously been loaned out to Maritzburg United, Swallows FC, TS Galaxy and All Stars, with another loan seemingly looming.

Mkhuma also never really lived up to the expectations but he showed some glimpses of a good technical player.

He made his debut in August 2020 and made 23 appearances for Masandawana overall. However, with the immense quality among the current crop of players at Chloorkop it has become difficult for him to make it through, and he was on loan to All Stars in January.

This publication understands that both Mkhuma and Makgalwa could now be joining AmaTuks in Motsepe Foundation Championship on loan ahead of the 2023/24 season.

Both players haven’t returned to Chloorkop for medicals and assessments, as the club is looking to find external solutions for them.

Story by Sinethemba Makonco (@Makonco_M).

Sinethemba Makonco
Sinethemba Makonco
Sinethemba Makonco is one of South Africa's brightest up-and-coming football journalists. Makonco shot to prominence on social media as a reliable source for South African football news and transfer stories, and is currently working as a junior journalist at iDiski Times.