Mamelodi Sundowns offers utility middlefielder Lebohang Maboe a new deal despite injury concerns.
The league season may just have concluded, but the preparations for next season at Chlorkoop have already started.
While Masandawana is expected to have a massive clear out in the next few months, Maboe is expected to stay.
According to Soccer Laduma, the club has offered Maboe a 2-year extension on his contract.
However, his struggles with injuries saw him play a small part of the club’s recently ended 22/23 campaign.
But that is not stopping the club from extending his days at the club due to his work ethic.
The former Maritzburg Unite star is expected to play a huge role in helping the club to achieve their continental dream next season.
As head coach Rulani Mokwena is set to overhaul his squad and build a team that will go one step further than they did this season.
The Brazilians were knocked out in the semifinals stage by Wydad AC after playing to 2-all draw at home after the first leg in Morocco ended 0-0.
But Maboe’s injuries are a concern to the club and the player.
As in the last three seasons, he suffered two long-term injuries that saw him miss the majority of the seasons.
Mokwena and Co will hope he stays injury free and help the club in their quest to conquer Africa.