Defending Premier League Champions Mamelodi Sundowns confirmed the signing of three players on Saturday afternoon.
The trio joined Pitso Mosimane 'side from the now defunct Bidvest Wits. Former Orlando Pirates and Baroka Midfielder Gift Motupa, was unveiled on the club Social Media platforms together with Hashim Domingo and Ricardo Goss.
Motupa has been on the Sundowns wanted list for sometimes. He was allegedly on the verge on signing with the club in January transfer but negotiations hit a snag in the last minutes.
Ricardo Goss was Wits number one goalkeeper for most most matches last season. The keeper will compete for places with Veteran Dennis Onyango and Zambian international Kennedy Mweene.
Sundowns also have Former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Riyaard Pieterse in their books. It remains to be seen who will get the chop in a already overloaded goalkeeping department at the club.
Midfielder Hashim Domingo will battle it out with Sbusiso Vilakazi, Gaston Sirino and Themba Zwane for a starting place. Aubrey Modiba is reportedly also on the club wanted list for next season.
Sundowns unveiled Mothobi Mvala and Peter Shalulile from Highland Park last week.
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