The club is continuing its partnership with Tottenham Hotspur by sending four youngsters to a nine day training programme in LondonSuperSport United has decided to send four youth players to a training programme at Tottenham Hotspur, where the players will take part in a nine day training schedule in London.
SuperSport have garnered a solid partneship with Tottenham in the past, which included selling Bongani Khumalo to the club. Spurs also have first option on any of the youth players in SuperSport's academy.
Morne Nel, Denwin Farmer, Zama Rambuwane and Kabelo Seriba will travel to London to take part in the programme and the youth players will be accompanied by Technical Manager Godfrey Mosoetsa.
Nel has been earmarked as a potential future star at the club, while the u/17 national team player Kabilo Seriba also has a bright future.
“The purpose of the trip is to assess the level of our youth players in relation to that of their counterparts, " Mosoetsa said in a statement.
"This has got nothing to do with trials, but it is about giving the youngsters the international exposure and experience that will be of utmost importance in their future football careers,” says Mosoetsa.