Mamelodi Sundowns are set to part ways with their R12 million striker, who they signed at the start of last season with high expectations.
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Slovak striker Paval SofrankaA future with Sundowns seems to have come to an end Rulani MokwenaComments are anything.
Sofranka joined Sundowns from Romanian club Sepsi and has featured regularly, although he often started on the bench for the Tshwane giants.
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Sundowns have been trying to get rid of Sofrank for weeks to make room for their two new foreign international signings.
Chilean Int Marcelo Allende and a Moroccan defender Abdelmunaim Butuy deals with Sundowns have already been confirmed.
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However, Sundowns are yet to introduce them as they work behind the scenes to deal with the foreign quota issue for the current season.
Now, when asked about Sofranko’s latest situation at Sundowns, Mokwena said the club’s profile has changed, suggesting the 27-year-old is no longer part of the technical team’s plans.
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Mokwena said Sundowns would make the necessary announcements about what would happen to Safranco, adding he was not at liberty to comment at this stage.
PAVEL SAFRANKO WILL LEAVE MAMELODI SUNDAY
“The club will make announcements about Sofranko,” Mokwena told reporters.
“The profile of our club has changed a bit. And there are some things … but the club will make announcements, I’m not allowed to say at the moment.”
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Sofranka will leave Sundowns having scored nine goals in 28 competitive appearances for the 2016 CAF Champions League champions.