Who Will Make Way For Sundowns' Incoming Foreigners?
Mamelodi Sundowns Will Need To Make Way On Their Foreign Quota For Incoming Players
Mamelodi Sundowns are expected to announce two new foreign signings in the coming days, although, their foreign quota is currently exhausted.
The Siya crew broke the news of Guinea-Bissau’s Toni Silva’s move to Sundowns, with the player himself confirming thereafter that he put pen to paper on a deal with Masandawana.
Brazilians are yet to make an official announcement about the player having joined the club, although, are expected to only confirm once the July/August transfer window opens and they’re able to register the player.
However, before doing so, Sundowns will need to make space on their foreign quota for the player, as Jeremy Brockie, Gaston Sirino, Brimah Razak, Ricardo Nascimento and Bangaly Soumahoro are currently holding all the five available spots.
In addition, the Brazilians are being linked with Venezuelan striker, Jose Ali Mera, with reports in South America revealing that the player travelled to Mzansi to conclude a medical with the Chloorkop-based club.
Should Sundowns want both these foreigners on their books, they will have to release two from their quota.
According to sources and previously reported by the crew, Ghanaian goalkeeper, Razak could be one of the players making way for Silva, with the shot-stopper being linked with a permanent transfer or loan move away from the Brazilians.
In addition, the future of Bangaly has been under question recently, with sources suggesting that the player is keen on a move to Europe, although closes to the club revealed that the player still has one more year left on his contract at the club, however, the Brazilians haven’t confirmed anything as yet.
Now it remains to be seen whether Sundowns will confirm the signings of the two foreigners and who will be making way for them on the quota.