Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates middlefielder Andile Jali is set to complete a move to Stellenbosch Football Club.
Andile Jali mutually parted ways with the Brazilians last month, after the two parties seemingly had a fall out.
He was rumoured to have arrived in training intoxicated alongside his then teammate Sipho Mbule.
Which led to the club putting him in the cold before cutting ties with him with a month left on his contract.
Ever since leaving the Dstv Premiership champions, Jali has been linked with a move to his former side, Orlando Pirates.
The Mayfair-based club offered the 33-year-old a one-year contract with an option to extend for a further year.
But the middlefield maestro seems to have turned it down to complete a move to Northern Cape.
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The South African international shared a cryptic message on his various social media accounts confirming his “next chapter.”
Which was later confirmed by our source close to the player that Jali was talking about his next move(club).
According to our source, Jali is set to move to Stellenbosch despite having a deal from Pirates on the table.
The details of the deal are yet to be known, but he will be playing for Stellies next season according to the source.
Meanwhile, Stellies are in talks with Kaizer Chiefs over their middlefielder Sibongiseni Mthethwa.
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Making Jali the perfect replacement for the hard tackling middlefielder should he complete a move to Naturena.