Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns are unable to utilise Zambian Mukuka Mulenga this season and are in the process of finding a club to loan him to for the remainder of the campaign.
The Brazilians clearly have plans for the talented playmaker as they are not looking to sell him on a permanent basis.
However, as they have exceeded their permitted quota for foreign players in the squad already, they are unable to play him, and want to find a loan move to give him some much-needed game time.
"Mukuka's talent is unbelievable, his touch on the ball is marvelous, so a player like that should not be without a club," Sundowns head of communication Thulani Thuswa told The Post.
"He has been training with us and has been doing very well. If nothing is happening for him in the near future, we will loan him out, he is a great player. We will look for a suitable loan arrangement for Mukuka," he added.
It will be the second season in a row Mulenga will be loaned out after spending the whole of the 2014/15 campaign with Bloemfontein Celtic.