The Zambian international becomes Mamelodi Sundowns' fifth goalkeeper in their squad after joining Pitso Mosimane's side this weekKennedy Mweene is yet another high profile signing for Mamelodi Sundowns in their bid to recover from last seasons disappointing campaign.
The deal for the Zambian international goalkeeper is set to be around R6 million rand according to the Sowetan newspaper and was completed on Sunday night.
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Mweene spent eight years at Ea Lla Koto and is currently the fifth goalkeeper in Sundowns squad, with Wayne Sandilands, Thela Ngobeni, Denis Onyango and Glenn Verbauwhede all currently on the roster.
Mweene has been Free State Star's first choice keeper since he joined the club in 2006 and is known for his heroics for the Zambian national side during their 2012 Africa Cup of Nations triumph.
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Denis Onyango will most likely leave Sundowns following the acquisition of Mweene, with a variety of clubs showing interest in the Ugandan's services.
Pitso Mosimane is currently trying to rebuild the team which failed to finish in the top 8 of the PSL last season. He is targeting more high-profile signings and will unveil Maritzburg United's Cuthbert Malajila in the new season according to the Sowetan.
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