Mamelodi Sundowns football club already sent quite a few players out on loan to rival clubs in the Premier Soccer League, and the club has now sent another player out on loan for development and regular game-time.
Mamelodi Sundowns football club always opt to sign only the best players to add reinforcements to their title winning squad. But with a lot of quality, talented players, the standards to be part of the club's senior team is set quite high.
The Tshwane-based giants has their favourites who are of high quality, talented and experienced who fill the positions for matchday selections, which leaves a lot of their players on the sidelines.
Meanwhile, in order for the Brazilians to avoid the majority of their players to become fringe or outcasted players, Sundowns are known for sending a lot of players out on loan deals either in the top flight or in the National First Division for both further development and regular game-time.
Some of the club's most recognised loan deals has been those of Grant Margeman and Thabang Sibanyoni to SuperSport United, Ismail Watenga to Marumo Gallants and Keletso Makgalwa to TS Galaxy only to mention a few.
The domestic treble champions has now opted to send out another one of their star players on a loan deal for the 2022-23 campaign. The latest player to complete a loan deal away from Masandawana is Promise Mkhuma.
The 22-year-old forward signed a loan deal with Moroka Swallows FC who retained their top flight status through winning the playoffs last season. Mkhuma completed his move to the Soweto side on Wednesday morning.
Mkhuma was part of Mamelodi Sundowns squad last season, but made only one appearance which was in the Nedbank Cup.
The young star last played league matches for Sundowns first team in the 2020-21 campaign and featured in eleven matches which is a lot for a player of his age with a club such as Sundowns.
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