Dusks got 'La Decima' in the wake of grabbing the association title from Kaizer Chiefs, on the most recent day of last season in sensational design.
The Brazilians at present have just one star in the wake of winning the CAF Champions League prize in 2016, and now accept they merit a second star beneath their identification to connote the triumphant of 10 Premiership titles in the PSL time.
As per a source near Sundowns, the club kept in touch with the PSL a couple of months prior for consent to include a second star, the yellow shirt for their unparalleled homegrown endeavors.
"The administration is presently under tension from allies, they need the second star on their shirt," the source tells KickOff.com.
"The club is as yet trusting that consent from the PSL, will include the star their pullover for winning the alliance title multiple times."
Endeavors to get hold of senior Sundowns official Yogesh Singh to remark on the issue demonstrated purposeless, as he is out of the club because of The Brazilians' CAF responsibilities in DR Congo.
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