Mamelodi Sundowns striker Thabiso Kutumela is currently out on loan to Cape Town City. The Tshwane giants have quite a number of players who are out on loan and many of them will be concerned about what happens next season with their careers. Goss, who is in the second year of his two-year loan deal, looks set to return to Chloorkop, with the club making plan to have him back with the possibility of Denis Onyango bringing an end to his career soon.

Goss, however, is understood to be open to staying at SuperSport, due to the fact that he is the number one goalkeeper there, whereas he would probably play second fiddle to Ronwen Williams if he returns to Chloorkop. Indications are that Nigerian striker Ighodaro could seek a permanent departure from Sundowns if he is not recalled to play for the champions next season. Ighodaro has previously been out on loan to Chippa United and University of Pretoria.

He revealed to the Siya crew recently that he wants to have a permanent home and not another loan spell next season. With Sundowns set to add to their squad next season, the Siya crew has been informed that there might not be space for Kutumela in the team, with the Citizens open to keeping him beyond the expiration of his loan deal. Sundowns have Siyanda Msani and Luvuyo Phewa on loan to Cape Town Spurs and it’s believed both players are not likely to feature in the plans of the technical team next season.

University of Pretoria currently have him on loan and that deal could be extended, especially if they win promotion to the Premiership. Thabang Sibanyoni is also on loan to AmaTuks and while he is doing well for the club, it’s believed Sundowns are not likely to have him back in the first team squad. Sifiso Ngobeni is currently spending time at AmaZulu and his future at Sundowns is uncertain, with loads of competition at left back.

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