Mamelodi Sundowns has completed the signing of Erwin Mario Saavedra. The player has been the talk for the Brazilians in this January transfer window. The player completed the signing of the player from Bolivar club. Bolivar has also bid a farewell to the player and wished him the best on his new challenge. The player has been getting praises, and has been called the combo of both Gaston Sirino and Hlompho Kekana. The right midfield player is reportedly set to arrive in South Africa around February. The player has got thumbs up from the former Mamelodi Sundowns player Bryan Aldave.
The player has approved the move of Erwin Saavedra to Mamelodi Sundowns. The former Mamelodi Sundowns forward he simply said "Saavedra is a very good midfielder and also plays in Bolivia national team." That was while he was speaking with KickOff.com and the supporters are excited on the new signing after they watched videos of the player. How well do you think the player will do at Mamelodi Sundowns? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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