Pics! Sibusiso Vilakazi Shows Off His New Wheels. Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Sibusiso Vilakazi was just on the holiday a few weeks ago enjoying off-season just like most of the footballers. ‘Villa’ isn’t a type that loves to show off his lavish life but at times he gives us a portion of his lifestyle.
He recently posted a new car which seems like a Volkswagen TAIGO. See the pictures below!
As per VW, The Taigo is a new addition to Volkswagen’s range of SUVs in the small vehicle segment. “It impresses with a dynamic and emotional design. The new model also comes with a multitude of assistance systems and state-of-the-art connectivity,” VW said on their website.
Its pricing starts at R429 900 for the Life model, while the midrange Style is R464 100 and the range-topping R-Line will cost you R486 000.
WHAT ABOUT THE LIFE ON THE FIELD?
‘Villa’ as Vilakazi is affectionately known has been somewhat out of favour at Sundowns as the squad depth and their quality leaves many not having many chances of getting a game time. Vilakazi who joined the Brazilians from Bidvest Wits in 2016 played 11 games and found the back of the net on one occasion.
VILAKAZI’S FUTURE AT SUNDOWNS
Despite the rumours suggesting that Vilakazi would be leaving the Pretoria giants this transfer window when he spoke to Soccer Laduma, his response meant that he would stay with Masandawana.
“Right now, it’s about fixing my body and preparing for the upcoming season. Personally, I am not going to be taking any vacation. There’s nothing to celebrate. I celebrated with the team. So, from my side, it’s about getting back to work as much as I can, to keep myself in a better shape, so that when the season starts and once everything is concluded in terms of the team taking a decision, then I am ready,” Vilakazi told the Soccer Laduma’s Siya crew.
“The team has a two-year option at the moment. They are still talking about that and what needs to happen. That I can’t control. They are in control of that. I will be working out. No holiday for me.”
Asked about the links to Kaizer Chiefs, the 32-year-old said; “Honestly, I have not had talks with anybody because they also don’t know what’s happening. As soon as Sundowns release a statement, you can follow up with those questions.”