The 31-year-old Bafana Bafana defender spent the rest of last season without a pair and is now ready to return to action.
Super Sport United coach Kitano Tembo says he is looking forward to working with Bhullo Mikhwanazi, who is training with the club.
Mekhwanazi is a free agent after leaving the now defunct Budwest Wits at the end of the 2019/20 season.
In search of a new home, the 31-year-old landed on Supersport but has not yet reached an agreement.
“Look, Bohle is training with us and I think he’s doing very well,” said Tambo. iDiski Times
“He’s a clean-cut professional. And I was surprised when I saw him in training. You know, for someone who hasn’t played for a year, he looked good.” As well as running an experienced campaign, Bafana Bafana International.
“So we’re looking for someone who can come in and help our young players, like Keegan Phillips, who is only 20, Luke Flores, who is only 21, Taiwan Detlohwe, who is only 22, To provide the guidance and direction we really lacked last season, so I just hope everything goes well, and I’m looking forward to working with him.
There was a rumor of being beaten. Former Chief Coach Gavin Hunt’s target Who worked with him at Budwest Wits.
Upon his return, coach Stuart Baxter signed the players who had been targeted by Hunt.
With the chiefs signing Najabolu Ingkubo on behalf of Ngallo FC, it is now unlikely that Mikwanzi will sign for Amakhosi.
After the departure of center-back Grant Kikana, the opportunity to sign him through SuperSport, which joined Mamluk Sandowns during this transfer window, seems bright.
After Clayton Daniels left for Maretzburg United, Kikana became the second supersport to leave without a replacement within a year.
This makes Tambo frustrated for an experienced defender to guide his inexperienced setup.
If Mekhwanazi is given a contract by Super Sport, it will be his first signing this pre-season.