Promise Lebo Mkhuma touted to be the next big thing at Sundowns

Promise Lebo Mkhuma touted to be the next big thing at Sundowns

- Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has predicted big things from Promise Lebo Mkhuma

- The 20-year-old has already been elevated to the senior team following his fine form with the MDC team

- However, Mosimane warned against throwing him into the deep end and hinted at a loan move for next season

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The Chloorkop conveyor belt has produced talented youngsters such as Percy Tau‚ Keagan Dolly and Bongani Zungu, who have all gone on to become household names.

Mamelodi Sundowns have unearthed some real gems in recent times and coach Pitso Mosimane has been at the heart of it.

Many pundits are therefore touting Promise Lebo Mkhuma to be the next big thing at the club.

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Mosimane has already shown faith in the 20-year-old by elevating him to the senior side following an impressive season at MDC level.

Mosimane said, "I just see something there. No‚ no‚ no‚ seriously‚ I see something.”

However, TimesLIVE reported that too much exposure too soon could hurt the youngster, according to Mosimane.

Mosimane added, “I think in my opinion I need to loan him out. He must go play and he must follow what Percy and Keagan followed.”

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The outspoken tactician warned: “It mustn’t be a matter of saying hamba asisakufuni manje. Then it will backfire."

Mosimane shed light on his own approach with players on loan, as he recommended telephone calls to track their progress and show interest.

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mosimane recently extended his contract by another four years.

It has now been reported that the deal could be worth an astonishing R65-million.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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