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Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, and Supersport United are said to be looking to go in for Cape Town Spurs FC players after the Cape club suffered relegation from the Dstv Premiership.

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Luke Baartman in action for Cape Town Spurs FC against Mamelodi Sundowns at Athlone Stadium in Cape Town during the 2023-24 Dstv Premiership season.

This past week, Spurs were confirmed to have been relegated to the second tier of South African football after 15th place Richards Bay FC beat Orlando Pirates 1-0 at Orlando Stadium.

With the club still reeling from the relegation, four of the biggest clubs in South Africa are set to come in for the club’s top players ahead of next season.

According to Soccer Laduma, Chiefs, Sundowns, Pirates, and Supersport are showing interest in top Spurs players.

While Siyanda Msani and Luvuyo Phewa will return to Sundowns when the loan spell ends at the end of the season, the Brazilians have entered the race for Spurs top striker Ashley Cupido alongside Matsatsantsa a Pitori and the Buccaneers who are also set to welcome Boitumelo Radiopane from the club when the season ends.

Chiefs, on the other hand, is said to be looking at defender Rushwin Dortley with Cape Town City FC also in the mix and young attacker Luke Baartman.

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