Mamelodi Sundowns look set to invite another South American star, as per reports emerging from Bolivia.
Downs have hit the mallet on the head with their South American acquisitions and are presently supposed to be very nearly finishing an arrangement for Erwin Mario Saavedro Flores, a 25-year-old conservative who can likewise play as a right back.
As per laRazon, Sundowns have made a methodology for the player, with a proposal in the area of $1 million (+-R15 million) comprehended to be on the table.
Reports demonstrate that the player's club, Bolivar, are supposed to be keen on the deal introduced by the DSTV Premiership log pioneers.
Downs have effectively gotten the administrations of Surpise Ralani from Cape Town City and enrolled him when the January move window opened. The Chloorkop-based outfit will be seeking further reinforce their crew for the DSTV Premiership, CAF Champions League and Nedbank Cup by getting the South American player who is commander of Bolivar.
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