There is no club in the top flight of South African football that can scouts and attracts players like Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, they are one of, if not the big spenders in the South Africa football fraternity.
Photo: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook page
In the recent future, Brazilians seem to win almost all the players they target, especially when other clubs are interested in the players they are after.
Masandawana always spends big on players they want, and almost every transfer window they bring about five players or more to their already star-studded competitive squad.
Almost every position at the club has four or more players competing to start, which has seen most of their star players lose their places in the team and had to move away from the club, but that doesn't stop them from signing more players.
Photo: Lorenz Kohler Facebook page
It is rumoured and believed that the club has an agreement to sign the 20-year-old Ethan Brooks from TS Galaxy Football Club before next season.
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