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Mamelodi Sundowns coach: It would make sense for us to sign Phakamani

Henry sends a message to Al Ahly's Phakamani


coach said that it would make sense for them to sign ’s but doesn’t think they can afford him.

Mahlambi joined the Red Devils during the 2017 summer transfer window from Bidvest Wits but didn’t manage to cement his place in the starting eleven, playing just 15 games across all competitions scoring once and providing five assists.

Due to his lack of playing time the 20-year-old expressed his willingness to leave the club and director of transfers Mohamed Fadl said that they are willing to sell the player. Mamelodi Sundowns had already shown a lot of interest in the player.

“Am I interested in signing a 20-year-old, whose quick, Bafana player, big room for improvement? I see him following the route of 20-year-old Bongani Zungu who we signed and went to Europe. We signed a 20-year-old Keagan Dolly and he went to Europe. We had Percy Tau from 16 or 17 and he went to Europe,” Mosimane said.

“Does it make sense to sign Phakamani? If I look at the reference of what I have said, I think it makes sense. We like him, but we probably can’t afford him.” he confirmed.

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