Absa Premiership

Manyisa set for Sundowns move

2015-01-15 10:26
Oupa Manyisa (Gallo Images)

Cape Town – Oupa Manyisa’s agent, Thabo Moloto, confirmed that the midfielder is set to join Mamelodi Sundowns.

Read: Chiefs rule out Pirates signings

According to KickOff, Moloto has revealed that Pirates chairman Dr Irvin Khoza and Sundowns’ owner Patrice Motsepe are currently discussing a fee for the attack minded player.

“As things stands Manyisa will join Mamelodi Sundowns before the transfer window closes,” said Moloto.

“Look he is okay. He is happy because of what he has achieved at Orlando Pirates and it's not like is leaving Pirates without achieving nothing.

“He won back-to-back trebles under the tutelage of Rudolf 'Ruud' Krol and reached four finals. He's very excited to be joining Mamelodi Sundowns.”

The news will come as a shock to the Sea Robbers fans as Manyisa has been with the club since 2008 having made overt 200 appearances in the famous Black strip.


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