With the Siya group being dependably educated that Mamelodi Sundowns are right now driving the race for in-demand protector Veluyeke Zulu, we investigate the Brazilians' main 10 place backs throughout the long term.
It was back in March, when the team detailed that the 26-year-old Zulu's fine exhibitions for Richards Bay FC in the GladAfrica Championship have gathered revenue from any semblance of Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
As revealed in release 1218 of Soccer Laduma, Sundowns have overwhelmed Chiefs in the race for Zulu's mark and have effectively gone into formal talks with the player's camp.
On the off chance that Zulu does without a doubt do the change to Chloorkop, he will join a long queue of protective gifts that have carried out their specialty at the Tshwane monsters.
Maybe one of the overlooked yet truly great individuals is previous Sundowns community back Wayne Arendse. The 36-year-old delighted in a fruitful eight-year stay at the club in which he won a few prizes including five association titles, the CAF Champions League, and the CAF Super Cup.
Arendse actually holds the record for the most appearances in the advanced period, having highlighted multiple times for Sundowns. He is firmly trailed by Ricardo Nascimento, who is as of now on 130 appearances for Sundowns.
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