It has been reported that Mamelodi Sundowns are reportedly lining up two players who could possibly act as replacements for Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat. But are they suitable candidates? Let's take a look!
The Brazilians, who were recently crowned the Champions of Africa after their Champions League success against Zamalek, will have to fight off advances from numerous clubs for the signature of the attacking duo.
Dolly, who is just 23, is at an adequate age to make the move abroad and his performances in the CAF Champions League is likely to see him pursued by European clubs.
The same can be said about the 26-year-old Zimbabwean, who has reportedly been monitored by French clubs for over a year.
While a move abroad for both players will be fantastic for their careers, it will, however, leave Downs in a position to find adequate replacements.
Philani Zulu of Maritzburg United and Bloemfontein Celtic's Dumisani Zuma are the two footballers tipped to possibly arrive at Chloorkop should Dolly and Billiat depart.
The two youngsters are, however, considered as a "cheap" option to fill the possible void, but are they good enough?
Click on the gallery above to view what their price tags are and to find out how much Downs could earn from selling both of their star players.
Do you think these two could be adequate replacements for Pitso Mosimane?