Due to lack of game time Mabunda was looking for a loan move out of Sundowns Camp and Swallows FC was interested On the Limpopo Born middle fielder but could not match his salary.
Mabunda is yet play any match for Mamelodi sundows this season.
Dube birds boss David Mogashoa says his team was looking to bring in Mabunda not during the current transfer window period but financially it was impossible and they wont be add any player for now.
"We are not releasing any player and we not signing any player". Said the Dube Birds boss Mogashoa
"Shuga" is now linked with a move overseas. With unamed Clubs interested on his service and it seems that Mabunda wont play much this season after falling behind from new signings Mvala and George maluleka.
Swallows signed not less than 15 players at the start of the season after a promotion from GladAfrica championship and are now third on the DStv Premiership after playing 14 games and they are five points behind Sundowns with a game to play.
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