Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Rulani Mokwena confirms that the club will sign more players in the upcoming winter transfer market.
Speaking to the media after another taxing season for the club, Mokwena reveals that the club will look to improve next season.
While admitting that the players and staff will work hard to better themselves, he also touched the transfer issue.
The tactician feels the club needs to add a few more quality players to the already quality squad to be more competitive next season.
See Mokwena’s video clip below:
However, the imment arrival of new players will see a few fringe players leave the club.
The likes of Gift Motupa, Lesedi Kapinga, Andile Jali, Brian Onyango, and Mosa Lebusa are likely to leave.
Opening doors to players like Yanga’s Fiston Kalala Mayele and Supersport United’s Thapelo Maseko.
Meanwhile, Mokwena will look to seal his new contract with the club as contract talks are ongoing.
After failing in the CAF Champions League this season, Sundowns will surely look to recruit talent that will help them to clinch the continental competition.
Having a big budget will help Mokwena in the quest to deliver the continental success back in Chlorkoop.