📢Opinions Surface Regarding Khuliso Mudau’s Game Time as Leeds United Explores Transfer Options


Mamelodi Sundowns defender Khuliso Mudau according to Dr. Rajpala Brara is unlikely to become a permanent member of the Leeds first team immediately.

The injury expert claims the fact the 29-year-old has yet to play outside of South Africa will mean he will need more time to adapt to life in England.

This comes after Soccer Laduma reported on June 11 that the Whites are considering signing the South African international.

Physiotherapy specialist and sports scientist Brar spoke exclusively to MOT Leeds News about Mudau:

“There are several factors he will have to adapt to, including physically, with the intensity of the league and mentally, with a big change in environment, climate, living conditions and possibly being away from family and friends.

He will need some time to get used to these changes and I expect him to gradually integrate into the regular first team squad.

“It also depends on how quickly he joins and how much pre-season training he actually does.”

Leeds United must avoid the transfer of Khulis Mudau

Leeds’ signing of Mudau is considered a risk due to his lack of experience in European football and the potential language and cultural barriers he may face.

The fact that he has not played outside of South Africa may affect his performance and availability for the team.

In addition, the transition to the more physical and competitive English Championship could present a challenge for the defender.

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