Mamelodi Sundowns has not been playing around in the January transfer window. They have confirmed the signing of three players so far. They have confirmed the signings of Bradley 'Surprise' Ralani, Teboho Mokoena and Erwin Mario Saavedra. Mamelodi Sundowns has made signings that will help them dominate both locally and continentally. The only signing that Mamelodi Sundowns has been criticized on is Bradley Ralani. The player is currently 34 years of age, and he signed a short term contract of one and half years. According to the latest reports, Mamelodi Sundowns has made the fourth signing of Abubeker Nasir.
The player has been at Mamelodi Sundowns for over a week now. It was confirmed by his club that the player went to Mamelodi Sundowns for trials. The latest on the player according to Blue Nile Sport, the statement said "Abubeker is officially a Mamelodi Sundowns player. He will return to Addis Ababa and play for Coffee then return in Johannesburg in four months’ time." Do you think the player will be good for Mamelodi Sundowns? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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