Ka Bo Yellow have been reported to be ready to sign another international foreigner to the club. Siya Crew Source ms revealed that they are busy engendering the signing of Slovakian international striker Pavol Safranco from SEPSI OSK in a deal worth a reported €700,000 (R12 million).
Safranko, 26 was linked with Sundowns in February but the club rejected an opening bid of R10 million in the same region with general director Attila Hadnagy confirming they were reluctant to let the player leave before the end of the season.A Masandawana will be following in the footsteps of rival Kaizer Chiefs who signed Samir Nurkovic who has been scoring goals for the Glamour boys.
” We understand the player has agreed a three year contract with the Brazilians and will arrive in South Africa after Slovakia’s participation in the continental showpiece. He has scored 15 goals and registered 8 assists in 63 games for the Romanian top flight side since his arrival from Aalborg in August of 2019,” a reliable Source told KickOff.com reporters
It will be great to see the new striker teaming up with the likes of Peter Shalulile in attack. Goals will be leaking as they score and terrorize defenders in the DStv Premiership. With Manqoba Mngqithi and Steve Komphela already with Kermit Erasmus, they will be unstoppable come next season. Let me know what you think about this new Sundowns striker.
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