Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi has confirmed that the club will make it a priority to sign a left-footed centre back.
After an impressive season in the DStv premiership, the Brazilians will be looking to visit the market in the upcoming window transfer to bolster their already star studded squad.
Despite having Divine Lunga already, Mngqithi has confirmed that the club will be looking to sign a left-footed centre back in the upcoming transfer window.
The coach said they will be looking to at least to add two more players in Lunga's position since the club is sorted in the right back position.
Mngqithi admitted that the Zimbabwean International is doing exceptionally well at the club which was expected of him when he arrived at the club.
"But that still does not change the fact that we are still looking for another left-footed centre-back because that’s an area where we lost Ricardo Nascimento,"said the coach.
He said in the right back they are fine because they have the likes of Brian Onyango and Rushine De Reuck.
He added that on the left the club only has Mosa Lebusa and half of Lunga and has insisted that it would be nice to add more players in that space.
Source: iDiski Times
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