According to reports that emerged from Bolivia over the weekend, Sundowns are set to sensationally secure the signing of Saavedra Fores from Bolivar, with the deal reported to be worth a staggering R18.5 million ($1.2 million).
The midfielder will reportedly arrive in South Africa early next month ahead of a move to Sundowns.iDiski Times has reported that 25-year-old attacker is expected to arrive in South Africa after the FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifiers, with Bolivia set to play Venezuela away and Chile at home between 28 January and 1 February.
That one deserve to play in Spain or England he is to much I was watching his clips.He doesn't deserve to be playing defense.They will sabotage him with the help of Mkhonza.In Mamelodi Sundowns thye don't have,"war man", please we are not some blood Soweto giant recruit soldiers.
Presently, the previous Mamelodi Sundowns star has been attempting to break liberated from his agreement with Amiens. There's just a half year left from his arrangement with Amiens it's as yet hazy on the off chance that they will offer him another agreement or not.
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