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ICYMI: Mamelodi Sundowns top defensive star might be moving to SuperSport United very soon?

With the amount of quality Mamelodi Sundowns have in their first team this season a lot of work has already began behind the scenes to get rid of a few players at the club

The reason for that is because basically Mamelodi Sundowns have technically three players in one position after they continued to strengthen their squad during the transfer window before the start of the season

And the consequence of that has been that after nine matches played the Brazilians are currently unbeaten and have not lost a single game after having already played both Soweto Giants Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates

As well where Mamelodi Sundowns are as of now is exactly where they were last season as they were unbeaten after eight games played in what is an identical statistic

That was of course until Kaizer Chiefs came to town this year in April last season and ended any hope Mamelodi Sundowns had of going the entire season unbeaten after Amakhosi pulled off a classic smash and grab

As a consequence of Mamelodi Sundowns having such a huge squad as well the club have started making plans to release a few a few players

And according to & courtesy of reports from SoccerLaduma top defensive star Soumahoro Bangaly has already started training with SuperSport United

And despite the fact that Soumahoro Bangaly is training with SuperSport United his contract with Mamelodi Sundowns has still yet to be terminated by the club

With that being said considering SuperSport United followed down the same route with Buhle Mkhwanazi by first letting him train with the club before officially signing the defender

It now looks likely that they might also make a move to permanently and officially sign Mamelodi Sundowns defender Soumahoro Bangaly who would in some sense make SuperSport United stronger defensively

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