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Memlody Sandowns has confirmed the signings of four new players, Paolo Safranco, Devine Longa, No Mima and Grant Kikana.
The circle has joined the Tashwan Giants as the club prepares for the new season of 2021/22, in which the team will be seen trying to defend its PSL title.
The Tashwan giants revealed that the four players have signed a five-year contract.
Slovakia’s national team striker Paul Safrenko has joined Romania’s first Ligue 1 organization Cepsi OSKSF’s Masnadana. Sfernenko has scored nine goals and added six assistants to Cepsi in the league’s 33 outs. / 22 Helped qualify for the UEFA Europa League. ” Club statement Read on the club’s official website.
Safranco will compete in the striking department of the Sundowns with the likes of Mauricio Afonso, Gift Motopa, Peter Shaloli and Kermet Erasmus.
Longa has been associated with Sundowns since January this year and has now completed its transition from Lamontoli Golden Eros to Masandana.
“The 26-year-old defender, who played in the 26th league last season, joined Brazil on a long-term contract. Longa is a regular in the Warriors national team. He was recently included in Zimbabwe’s starting squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
After his breakout season, Mima was extinct by Blimfontein Celtic through Masndona, who saw him play a key role in helping the team avoid a PSL withdrawal.
The club said on site: “The attacking midfielder joins the Brazilians from New Mima Blefontein Celtic when he signed for Sevilla. Pima was a permanent player for Sevilla and scored three goals in the domestic league last season. I did 17 exhibitions. “
In addition, the Sundowns have strengthened their defense by signing Kikana from their social rivals, Superport United, and can act as a central defender on the right and back.
Downs also hired Grant Kikana from Superport United FC. The versatile 28-year-old defender played 19 matches for Mitsinta last season and will be joined by his former teammate O’Brien Modiba when he reaches the Clover Cup. Read, “Service to the Yellow Nation,”