Mamelodi Sundowns have invited two Nigerian strikers for appraisal, the Siya group can uncover.
The Chloorkop outfit intends to investigate every possibility in planning for what's to come.
The two players are on the radar of the lesser public groups in Nigeria and are said to have additionally drawn in interest from Europe.
"There are two Nigerian players who are at present preparation with Sundowns. They have come here for evaluation, and they are the two strikers and are awesome players. There is interest in these players from clubs in Europe, yet we have figured out how to persuade them to come here so they can be evaluated under the primary group mentors, and a choice on them will be made soon," a source near Sundowns affirmed to the Siya team.
"Daniel is 17 and Jesse is 18. We are talking here about enormous and solid young men. How we have figured out how to persuade these young men to come here is amazing, in light of the fact that the group is contending with European clubs for the players' administrations from everything we have been said. We are discussing players with speed, and they score objectives. Downs is a club that would rather not unwind, and the status quo done here depends on working for the future," closed the source.
Downs have effectively gained the administrations of Bradley Ralani, with true declarations on Bolivian Erwin Saavedra and Bafana assailant Teboho Mokoena, expected before long.
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