- Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe lavished praise on his technical team for the work put in to acquiring players
- Motsepe also confirmed that the club is targeting two foreign signings
- Sundowns would need to sell two of their current foreigners if they were to land the two new targets
Mamelodi Sundowns have dominated South African football over the past few years.
Through the financial backing of club president Patrice Motsepe and the coaching of Pitso Mosimane, Sundowns have recently won four league titles and a CAF Champions League title.
However, Motsepe knows better than anyone that it's always better to stay ahead of the chasing pack. His recent announcement therefore came as no surprise.
The billionaire owner revealed that the Brazilians are currently targeting two foreign players to add to their ranks.
Sundowns have already secured the services of George Maluleka, Grant Margeman and Jody February for the next campaign.
During a media briefing, Motsepe said, "Yugesh has done excellently, so has Kenneth, so has Sizwe and the rest of the technical team."
Motsepe added, "Part of the challenge is that two of the players we are chasing are not in South Africa."
Briefly.co.za understands that the club would need to offload two of their current foreign players if the deals do materialise.
Arguably, Sundowns' biggest signing recently has been securing the signature of coach Mosimane.
Briefly.co.za reported that the coveted mentor signed a four-year contract extension.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY’s news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!