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Sangweni joined Sundowns from AmaZulu two seasons ago, and despite making an immediate impact in 2012, he struggled with injuries and eventually lost his place in the team

EXCLUSIVE
By Ernest Makhaya

Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Thamsanqa Sangweni may again find himself out on loan next season, as his chances of playing for Pitso Mosimane have diminished.

A source within the Brazilian camp told Goal that Sangweni could be allowed to move where he can get enough game time. 

However, the source didn't disclose the names of potential clubs that are likely to win Sangweni's signature before the start of the new campaign.

"He's a talented player. The one for the future for sure, but if you look at the number of quality players in his position then you can understand why he could be loaned out again next season," the source told Goal.

"He did well at Ajax, but was it good enough to bench the likes of Hlompho (Kekana)? I'm not sure. I cannot say which team wants him now, but there are too many teams that would like to have him," added our source.

The 25-year-old Sangweni will have a mountain to climb if he's to fight for his place in the Tshwane outfit, especially with Asavela Mbekile now a Brazilian.

Mbekile, formerly with Moroka Swallows, signed a four-year contract with the PSL champions on Monday afternoon and faces competition from his Bafana teammate Kekana.

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