Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder hails Mamelodi Sundowns' new signing.
Junior Khanye who is now a football analyst has hailed the signing of Surprise Bradley Ralani by the Brazilians.
Ralani was announced as the new signing of Sundowns at the beginning of the January transfer window.
The player joined the club from Cape Town City where he has been impressive in terms of performance and form.
Speaking to Kickoff magazine, Khanye believes that the arrival of the 34-year old Ralani at Sundowns will benefit both the club and the player.
The Brazilians signed the player on a 18-months deal.
Due to his age the club had to offer him a short term deal.
Khanye said the player went to overseas at an early age and that he loves his balance where he can kick with both feet.
Khanye has however emphasized that the player must double up his efforts because competition is much tougher at Sundowns.
He said the player should not relax at Downs because talent is not enough it goes with hard work.
"There's a lot that he can still offer, he's got speed, technically he's got balance, he can play off the ball," said Khanye.
He said that 34-year old is a good mature age because players on that age can still play.
Khanye believes that the move of the player to the club will help him to get a DStv premiership medal.
He added that when the player was offered a one-year contract by Sundowns he considered a lot of things and he wanted to win the league because in PSL you can play until you are 34 without winning a league title.
Khanye concluded that he is sure that the player will win the league and the CAF champions League with Downs.
The Brazilians are currently sitting at the summit of the log table with 14 clear.
Source: Kickoff magazine
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