This accomplished player hopes to win his sixth PSL championship with Masandawana next season
Mamelodi Sundowns forward Themba Zwane is about to sign a new agreement with the Tshwane Giants after helping the club win a record 11 PSL championship.
This is according to Zwane’s agent Jazzman Mahlakgane, Bafana Bafana’s current contract will expire at the end of this month, but Masandawana can choose to renew it for one year.
Mahlakgane believes that Zwane will soon sign a new agreement with Sundowns, and Sundowns will allow one of their most influential players into the last 12 months of his contract.
“He is signing a contract, which is why we are talking with them about another contract, we are only in contact with them,” Maracani told Sovitan.
“People don’t have to worry that he will sign a new contract with the club.”
Zwane has talked about his ambitions to play abroad in the past, but he is now eager to stay in Chloorkop’s Giants, where he has achieved great success.
The Tembisa-born player has won five PSL titles with Sundowns, and now he is eager to win another league trophy at this ambitious club.
“What I can say is that I love this team and we are still talking. This is what I can say, supporters can continue to support the team,” Zwane told the media recently.
“Looking forward, I want to see myself join the team. It feels good to win five league titles, even though I set myself a goal of six titles, which is why I try so hard to win titles every season.”
The 31-year-old player played an important role in helping Masandawana win the PSL championship in the 2020/21 season. He was nominated as the league’s player of the year and player of the season, and won the award in the 2019/20 season.
However, Zwane was defeated by his teammate Peter Sharulai, who won two honors at the PSL awards ceremony last weekend.
“To be honest, when the season started, I wanted to fight because I talked to Teko Modise and he told me that he thought I could win again. That’s why I started to get stronger, but unfortunately The thing is, during the season, I was injured,” Zwann said.
“But I am happy to see Peter get it. I think he is worth it. If you check all our games, he will help us.
“Whenever he encountered difficulties, he would raise his hand and say,’I will save the team’. He played well for the team throughout the season.”