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Long Saving player To leave Sundowns

In advance of the 2018 DStv Premiership season, Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed the departure of long-serving midfielder Tiyani Mabunda.

Mabunda, 33, joined the club from Black Leopards in 2013 and initially tried to establish himself in the primary group by going out on loan to Free State Stars.

Despite this, he leaves with six group titles, the CAF Champions League, CAF Super Cup, Telkom Knockout, and Nedbank Cup decorations after eight years.

We express our gratitude for all of the lengthy periods of administration, all of the trophies, and all of the happy memories! Shuga, farewell and best of success; you'll be ForeverYellow "The club's explanation was read throughout the internet.

During the current transfer window, Aubrey Ngoma, Tebogo Langerman, and Keletso Makgalwa are all expected to leave the club

Tiyane Mabunda is in talks with Kaizer Chiefs over a three-year contract at R650 000.00 per month. They're just waiting to hear about Hlompho Kekana, who was promised R800 000.00 a month for three years. This move is motivated by Kaizer Jr's enthusiasm for the 2016 CCL champion Sundowns, as indicated by the Sundowns team poster that hangs above his bed in his bedroom.


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