Mamelodi Sundowns want to sign more experienced players in order to compete in CAF CL. Sundowns since they won CAF CL they have been struggling to make it to the finals. That alone has shown they lack quality at the competition. Some of the players find it hard to compete there. Sundowns has identified Amir Sayoud as a replacement for Gaston Sirino. Sirino has been linked with a move to Al Ahly for quite some time. But the Brazilians rejected their offers because their asking fee was not met. Sundowns technical team believes the player is suitable replacement for Sirino.
Amir Sayoud has made 29 appearances for Algerian club CR Belouizdad. During the season he scored an incredible 20 goals and assisted further 9 goals. He is just an attacking midfielder who score like a centre forward. That is an incredible stats for the player. Samir Sayoud will be free agent at the end of the month. It is reported that Mamelodi Sundowns has already engaged with the player to try and lure him to Chloorkop. The player had a far better season than Sirino. Do you believe Sundowns should sacrifice Sirino and get Sayoud? Comment your answer below.
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