Agent clarifies Luckyboy Mokoena, Sifiso Mbhele, Lindokuhle Mbatha futures at Highlands Park TS Galaxy

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Highlands Park's sale to TS Galaxy is not a concern for three of the team's biggest stars because of the fact that it is Tim Sukazi buying the club.

Buying one's way into the PSL has become the new normal in recent years and while some players usually lose their jobs in the process, one of the top agents believes his players will still be in good hands.

The Lions of the North's star duo Peter Shalulile and Mothibi Mvala have already agreed to join Mamelodi Sundowns while a number of other players' futures remain uncertain.

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Ratshibvumo Mulovhedzi, who represents Luckyboy Mokoena, Sifiso Mbhele and Lindokuhle Mbatha, is confident that his players won't be affected by the changes currently underway.

"I'm not worried about my players because under Tim Sukazi they will be in good hands, he knows football in and out," Ratshibvumo tells snl24.com/kickoff.

"We also have good relationship. He has helped me during my football struggles, I've learnt a lot from him so there's no worries on my side. Also the players are very good [with the situation]."

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With Mbatha being linked with a move to KwaZulu-Natal teams, Mulovhedzi says will not entertain those links until there is proper communication from the clubs.

"I really don't want to think about that until we get communication from the clubs, then we can decide on their next move," he says. "But we are positive they will remain with the team."

One of Mulovhedzi's players is ranked among the most valuable at Highlands Park according to the global transfer market

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