Mamelodi Sundowns is on the verge of letting go of their highly rated star as they want to ease up the space on their international quota. As they've shown a lot of interest on recruiting foreign players in the past and that has been part of their success. Sundowns are able to figure out players that will form part of their plans for that particular season as they want to dominate their opponents without any fears. One Downs star that has been used as an impact player is Pavol Safranko who scored crucial goals at Chloorkop.
However, it has been reported that Safranko is on his way out of the Tshwane giants and this is visible as he hasn't played a single match this season. Even though the Downs fans were hoping to see more of him on the pitch, especially starting matches alongside Peter Shalulille. By the looks of things, this won't be happening as he might be loaned out to another club, if that doesn't work then he could be released permanently. When the Downs co-coach Rulani Mokwena was about about the Slovakian international's future at Chloorkop, he said the club will reveal the truth soon. “On Safranko, the club will make announcements. The profile of our club has changed a little bit. And there are certain things…but the club will make announcements, I am not at liberty to say at the moment,” Mokwena said as per SABC Sport.
Even though the Brazilians spent millions of rands to acquire the services of Safranko, but it seems like he didn't live up to their high expectations. Sundowns have sent Divine Lunga on loan to Golden Arrows just to free up the foreign space for Abubeker Nassir.
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