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Sundowns Star Set To Leave The Club?

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The fate of Anthony Laffor at Mamelodi Sundowns stays questionable and much more so following the signing of Lesedi Kapinga. 

The reigning PSL champions have reported a couple of signings this month including Kapinga, George Maluleka and Malebogo Modise, who has been promoted from the club's development structures. 

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The Brazilians are additionally expected to reveal other new signings next season including Ricardo Goss, Gift Motupa, Grant Margerman, Luvuyo Phewa and Haashim Domingo.

Mentor Pitso Mosimane expressed upon Kapinga's appearance that the club has begun to acquire all the more fresh blood to supplant the more seasoned players at Chloorkop. 

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"We are attempting to get youthful players however much as could reasonably be expected in the event that you take a gander at our signings," said Mosimane. 

"Other than George Maluleka we are having more youthful players to reinforce the group and back up the more seasoned players, and that is the thing that we are at present doing." 

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The more seasoned age at Sundowns incorporate Laffor, Denis Onyango, Kennedy Mweene and Wayne Arendse, who is set to turn 36 in November this year, while Mweene is likewise set to turn 36 in December. 

Laffor is yet to play a match this season subsequent to recouping from a drawn out injury and if Mosimane's words are anything to go by, the Liberian universal could be one of the first to clear a path for the youths. 

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In any case, the club's choice to hand 33-year-old Ricardo Nascimento another three-year deal could mean there is some expectation for Laffor, who is 35.

Downs are additionally yet to clear up the fates of central midfielder Lucky Mohomi, after realising Oupa Manyisa who has since joined Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila for the next season.

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