According to KickOff.com, Nigerian striker Godspower Ighodaro will get back to Mamelodi Sundowns toward the finish of the momentum season subsequent to being lent out the University of Pretoria in the GladAfrica Championship.
Ighodaro joined Sundowns two seasons back however got a drawn out physical issue in preparing prior to making his introduction for the Brazilians.
According to KickOff.com, The Abuja Football Academy item is right now on the books of AmaTuks determined to recapture his goalscoring structure in front of a re-visitation of Chloorkop next season.
Ighodaro's representative, Mohammed Lawal affirmed that his customer is as yet contracted to Sundowns regardless of neglecting to show up for the ruling DStv Premiership champions.
"He is as yet a Sundowns player, Lawal tells Kickoff.com
"Recall that he got harmed when he showed up at Sundowns. In the wake of recuperating from injury, he invested energy with their ABC Motsepe League side.- he told KickOff.com.
"He has a drawn out agreement with Sundowns. He is borrowed at AmaTuks and will get once again to the club next season," he added to KickOff.com.
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