there is Kermit Erasmus approaching the exit door at Mamelodi Sundowns? The exchange of shirt numbers fuels reports of the player’s loan move.

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After the arrival of the Chilean star Marcelo Allende this week’s R51 million record signing made his debut on Wednesday night as Cabo Joule thrashed FC Stellenbosch 3-0 at Loftus Versfeld.

The nimble striker came on as a substitute wearing the number 11 shirt worn by Erasmus last season.

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With Erasmus being linked with a loan move to his former side Cape Town City this window, coach Rulani was asked if the shirt number situation confirms the reports.

Rulani neither confirmed nor denied this information. He said the PSL champions will make announcements in due course. But for transfers or only for jerseys?

“I’m not the right person to ask. The club will give you information about it,” Soccer Laduma quoted Rulani as saying.

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“The club hasn’t said anything, so everyone who is here and registered at Sandows is here. A lot of numbers have changed, but we didn’t ask this question before. Rushine (De Reuck) has a different number.

“Tebza wears a different number,” Mokwena said after Sundowns’ 3-0 win over Stellenbosch at Loftus Stadium on Wednesday.

“The club will have such communication. There is still time. The club will make announcements in due course,” the Sundowns tactician concluded.

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