Malesela played a crucial role in fine-tuning Mlambo’s talent early in his career. He also coached him as a young boy at Mamelodi Sundowns’ SAB League side in 2015.
The pair worked together again at Cape Town All Stars and Chippa United in 2015 and 2016 respectively, before he went on to join Bidvest Wits.
Malesela recently said on national radio that he would get thebest out of Mlambo if he gets a chance to work with him again.
“We will be foolish to say we are not interested in such a talent. We are. Whether we will manage to get the player, we will have to wait and see. There is competition, after all. Other clubs want him, but we will see,” Sukazi said.
Galaxy will be competing for the first time in the DStv Premiership in the upcoming season after they purchased the status of Highlands Park.
Sukazi added that they were close to finalising their team ahead of their first match on October 25 against Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM).
“I think there is always a better player out there, but 80 to 90 percent of the squad is ready.”