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Kaizer Chiefs’ target Junior Mendieta will sign a three-year deal with Mamelodi Sundowns after agreeing to join the club.

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Stellenbosch Football Club star attacker Junior Mendieta celebrates his goal against Marumo Gallants.

According to UNPLAYABLE ZA, the Stellenbosch FC attacker will join Sundowns on a three-year deal.

The Brazilians agree to pay a release clause of around R10 million for the talented Argentinean after losing Hashim Domingo.

Mendieta joins Sundowns at the back of another impressive season.

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Managing to register 10 goals and 8 assits in 31 games in all competitions.

He joins a host of South American players at Sundowns like Gaston Sirino, Marcelo Allende, and Erwin Saavedra.

His imminent arrival is one the few expected at the club, with the club’s head coach Rhulani Mokwena insisting the club will not go hard into the market.

Meanwhile, a host of players are leaving the club after Andile Jali, Hashim Domingo, and Bradley Ralani were shown the exit doors.

The likes of Gift Motupa and Lesedi Kapinga are likely to follow in the footsteps of the departed stars.

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While coach Manqoba Mnqgithi’s future it is still in doubt despite his agent, Mike Makaab insisting that his client is staying.

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