Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club is known for attracting and signing the best players in South Africa and abroad, in the recently ended transfer window the club brought in the likes of Pavol Safranko and Thabiso Kutumela to add to their already impressive International squad.
The club has been dominating the South African football fraternity for well over ten years and that is mostly due to the type of players they have, they have the best players from all over the world with the likes of Gaston Sirino coming from South America, Safranko Europe, and Dennis Onyango Africa.
The club doesn't start now to attract the best players around the world, as between 2010 to 2015 had the 34-year-old Zimbabwean striker Nyasha Mushekhwi in their books before he left for Europe.
Photo: Kick Off magazine
Mushekhwi's contract is ending at the of the China League One campaign, where is currently leading the scoring charts in the league with 20 from 25 games, while his side is pushing promotion playoffs, Mushekhwi is said to be eyeing a return to Chlorkoop in January 2022.
Photo: Kick off Magazine
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