Mamelodi Sundowns never stops improving their squad. The Brazilians have been the busiest among the PSL big three. Mamelodi Sundowns always get their job done. They have been linked with local players when it comes to transfer rumours. No media picked up that they might be going overseas to complete a new signing. Although it was being reported that Mamelodi Sundowns would sign a midfielder in January transfer window. There were reports that Mamelodi Sundowns would sign either Sipho Mbule or Teboho Mokoena. Mamelodi Sundowns has signed a South American player. Mamelodi Sundowns has signed Erwin Mario Saavedra Flores from Bolivar.
The 25-year-old plays at right midfield and can also play at right back. He has featured 93 times for Bolivar, he scored 23 goals and further assisted 20 goals. Mamelodi Sundowns has reportedly paid around R18 million for the player. He could reportedly be a replacement for Gaston Sirino. How big a signing do you think the player is? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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