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Sundowns new signing arriving imminently

DStv Premiership champions Mamelodi Sundowns' January move window marking Abubeker Nasir Ahmed has left Ethiopian Coffee scratching their heads in front of his takeoff one month from now. Nasir finished paperwork for Sundowns in January however was then advanced back to Ethiopia Coffee where he is remaining on until The Brazilians continue pre-season preparing in front of the 2022/23 season.

The Ethiopian forward is in twofold figures again in the BetKing Ethiopian Premier League with 11 league goals. Seven of those goals have come in the period in the wake of tying down his transition to Sundowns toward the finish of January. Last season he scored 29 goals en route to being delegated the league's top scorer, Best Youthful Player, and Most Important Player.

"It will be extremely challenging to supplant him, however we should live with that reality. Until further notice, we need to attempt to track down different choices from different clubs or even in the lower divisions, yet it will be truly challenging to supplant Abubeker," says Fekade Mamo, the director of Ethiopian Coffee. "He is returning to Sundowns in June according to the understanding that we had with them toward the start of the year.

"We have previously settled on the arrangement, and it has been finished by the concurrence with no further correspondence had come from Sundowns. "The exchanges that needed to go through have been done and the player has a place with Mamelodi Sundowns. This is the greatest exchange throughout the entire existence of our club," says Mamo.

Nasir's club is currently out of dispute to win the league as they trail pioneers, Holy person George, by 17 with five games to play. The 22-year-old will highlight for Ethiopia in the qualifiers for the 2023 AFCON finals toward the start of the following month.

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