Mamelodi Sundowns have a number of foreigners on their books, with some having been sent to other teams, while others were nationalized by South Africa. However, who are the most expensive foreigners at the club?
The Brazilians just added another foreigner to their roster in the shape of Brazil's Ricardo Nascimento, and he is one of the highest valued players in the squad.
He isn't the only South American in the squad, with Leonardo Castro having joined the team last year. The Colombian enjoyed an incredible season, where he formed an exciting partnership with another non-South African, Khama Billiat.
Even two of Pitso Mosimane's goalkeepers aren't from Mzansi, with Zambia's Kennedy Mweene and Uganda's Denis Onyango occupying their books.
Below is a look at the most expensive foreigners the Yellow Nation currently owns.
Kennedy Mweene (Zambia) – R7.65 million
Denis Onyango (Uganda) – R7.65 million
Ricardo Nascimento (Brazil) – R12.75 million
Soumahoro Bangaly (Ivory Coast) – R2.55 million
Mukuka Mulenga (Zambia) – R3.4 million
Anthony Laffor (Liberia) – R8.5 million
Mogakolodi Ngele (Botswana) – R5.95 million
Khama Billiat (Zimbabwe) – R25.5 million
Leonardo Castro (Colombian) – R8.5 million
Cuthbert Malajila (Zimbabwe) – R6.8 million
Ejike Uzoenyi (Nigeria) – R3.4 million
Friston Razak (Burundi) – R4.25 million
Which foreigner is your favourite?