There is not much that Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club has faced in the last few years and came second best, as they seem to have found a way that works for them when it comes to winning silverware, attracting, and signing new players, and also competing at the high-level continuously.
In the recently ended transfer window market, they just proved how far they are from other Premier Soccer League(PSL) when it comes to how they do their business in the transfer window market, as they spend collectively R33 million to sign four players namely, Abubeker Nassir from Ethiopian Coffee Football Club, Bradley Surprise Ralani from Cape Town City Football Club, Tebogo Mokoena from Supersport United Football Club, and Erwin Saavedra from Bolivar Football Club.
The latter has since played three matches at the club but he has failed to finish 45 minutes in either of them as the two of them he came in as a substitute and the other he was injured in the first half, the 26-year-old is seemingly set to face some time out in sidelines after injuring his right leg yesterday against Al Merrikh Sporting Club in the CAF Champions League group B match.
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