Mamelodi Sundowns has been busy working on a deal secretly. It has been almost a week since it was reported a new signing will be joining the Brazilians. The right midfielder Erwin Mario Saavedra is the player that is closing in on Mamelodi Sundowns. It has been reported that the Brazilians will have to fork out a hefty fee of around R18.5 million. The player apart from playing right midfield he can also play at right back. The good news for the Brazilians is that Mamelodi Sundowns co-head coach Manqoba Mngithi has confirmed the news. He has confirmed there is interest on the player but do not know how negotiations are going.
Coach Manqoba Mngithi told Thomas Mlambo on the ultimate sports show by saying "What I can say to you, I know many players and that name also is familiar to me. He is a player that I’ve watched him a lot, a player we believe he has something to give. He is a player that we have spoken with management about, but on how far this thing are, I would not like to consider talking." Do you see Mamelodi Sundowns completing this signing before the transfer window closes? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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