Earlier this week, the Siya crew reported that Mamelodi Sundown have completed the signing of Highlands Park duo Peter Shalulile and Mothobi Mvala for a staggering R16 million. Now, the duo have been back to go on and succeed at Chloorkop.
The Siya crew already reported that the duo would not form part of the sale of the Tembisa outfit - which will be renamed TS Galaxy and relocated to the Mpumalanga province - and have been scooped up by the Brazilians.
Both Shalulile and Mvala have performed with aplomb for the Lions of the North. Shalulile netting an impressive 19 goals in all competitions, while Mvala has been less impactful in front of goal, but remained a pivotal part of Owen Da Gama’s side.
Da Gama, who has spent the last season mentoring the impressive duo has spoken to the Siya crew about why he has no doubt that the players will succeed in Pitso Mosimane’s side next season.
“I think they will fit in very well at Sundowns, they are both hard workers and they are excellent players and they’ll contribute to what Sundowns are trying to achieve. I hope that they succeed because you never know what happens at other teams.
“I hope they contribute to Sundowns’ cause because that is what life is about. You give other people a chance and you wish them the best and hope that it turns out to be a success. They are quality players and that is why Sundowns signed them,” Da Gama said.
Meanwhile, Da Gama has confirmed that he is yet to meet with new owner Tim Sukazi regarding his future, as he still has one year left on his contract with Highlands Park, although he did confirm that there are three PSL teams keen on his services.