Sundowns Target In No Rush For ‘Big Club’ Move

A Mamelodi Sundowns transfer target has opened up about the interest in his services but it seems that he is in no rush to make a move to a big club.

The Brazilians have been tracking Cape Town City’s left-back, Edmilson Dove for quite some time now and the Siya crew reported in February this year that they may have a fight on their hands should they want to pursue the player, as there is also growing interest from Portugal.

However, speaking in this week’s edition of Soccer Laduma, the 25-year-old was asked whether or not he would like to follow in the path of his former teammates, Aubrey Ngoma, Lyle Lakay and Lebogang Manyama who went on to sign for bigger clubs in the country (Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs).
12 Apr 2020 English South Africa Sports

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