In what could be seen as a bolt out of the blue, Cape Town City attacking Mduduzi Mdantsane, is in the verge of joining Kaizer Chiefs.
The Cape Town City player is said to be keen on a move away from Cape Town and City are a club that capitalizes on selling players.
The 28 year old, Leandra born player, who has one cap for Bafana, should bring much needed creativity to the Chiefs midfield should the deal go through.
City bought the left footer from Boroka with whom he played 72 games for while netting 8 times in the process.
Mdantsane is a skillful creative number ten, with a lovely left foot that will bring something different to Chiefs.
A bonus to his game is his reliability as a penalty taker and is seen somewhat as a dead ball specialist.
The current season has not been his best with the midfielder not hitting the back of the net at all and only conjuring up one assist in 16 appearances.
His stats read that he has started 39% of the games and averaged 42 minutes of game time per game with only a 5% goal participation. A record that says that City may be getting the better deal if a decent transfer fee is achieved.
On the other hand this could mean a new lease of life for the player and his experience and skillset could be just the tonic to lift Chiefs.