Mosimane: Mkhuma will be a serious player
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says Lebo Mkhuma has a bright future with the Premier Soccer League club.
The 20-year-old made the step up from the team's reserve side to the senior team this season.
He was a shining light in the MultiChoice Diski Challenge team over the past few campaigns.
Mosimane told the Sowetan: "I think this young boy (Mkhuma) we’ve just promoted, Promise. He's going to show us something.
"I just see something there. No‚ no‚ no‚ seriously‚ I see something."
Mosimane added that he expects Mkhuma to spend a season away from the club on loan.
The Downs manager continued: "I think in my opinion I need to loan him out. He must go play and he must follow what Percy and Keagan followed.
"He must follow what (Motjeka) Madisha followed. Madisha went on loan to Highlands Park and all that.
"(Sphelele) Mkhulisi went to Black Leopards. (Themba Zwane Mshishi went to (Mpumalanga Black) Aces.
"Even Dennis Onyango went to (Bidvest) Wits. I can go on and on."