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Despite sitting just below the top half on the PSL log, Steve Barker's charges have endured their worst start to the PSL season with eight losses, five wins and two draws

By Ernest Makhaya

AmaTuks are looking to reinforce their squad during the January transfer window as they're trying to better their last season's performance.

The Tshwane side has been struggling to replicate their last season's form, and with 15 games to go, they have approached neighbours Mamelodi Sundowns for players.

"AmaTuks have requested us to help them with some players in January," the Sundowns official told Goal. "They will be happy to have whichever player we give them because they were not specific," he said.

"The issue was discussed before Christmas and I am sure we will get back to them (AmaTuks) in the next few weeks to see if we can help them, because they have been struggling this season," he added.

Sundowns and AmaTuks have worked together before, in deals that involved the likes of Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Lionel Mutizwa and Siyabonga Ngubane.

And although nothing has been said, Sundowns could be tempted to loan players such as Tiyane Mabunda and Raymond Monama who have found it difficult to break into Pitso Mosimane's starting line-up.

The two players - Mabunda and Monama - were signed at the beginning of the season from Black Leopards, and a move away from the Brazilians could also benefit their football careers.