Mamelodi Sundowns has been the only big club in the DStv Premiership League that is busy in this transfer window. The club wasted no time after making a new signing in December. All other big clubs have failed to follow suit as they struggle to make signings. Mamelodi Sundowns have completed a second signing in this January transfer window. They have signed Erwin Saavedra from Bolivar club. The player plays right midfield position and he can also play at right back. Bolivar took to their official Twitter account to bid farewell to the player. Although Mamelodi Sundowns have not officially announced the player yet.
Bolivar tweet said "After almost 300 games and more than 50 goals with the light blue, today we say goodbye to Erwin Saavedra. Together we live immense joys and great moments. We wish you the best of success in this new stage Erwin. Thank you for everything! Bolivar will always be your home." The tweet was translated by Google. Do you think the new signing will have an immediate impact? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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