Moses was instrumental for the Amakhosi MultiChoice Diski Challenge side as he helped them to lift the inaugural Diski Shield trophy under the guidance of legend Arthur Zwane.
Revealing the news on his Twitter account, Moses thanked Amakhosi for moulding him into the player he is today.
Local media reports suggest that the defender has completed his switch to Chloorkop after ending his contract with the Naturena-based side.
Moreover, the central defender is set to play under the watchful eye of coach David Notoane who is mentoring the Brazilians’ MDC side before moving to the senior squad led by Pitso Mosimane.
Although the club is yet to announce the news, the player revealed his move on social media and has expressed delight as he start a new career with the reigning PSL champions.
“I’m happy to announce that I’ve joined the @Masandawana family. God has always been there for me and will always be there for me and my family,” said Moses on Twitter.
“I want to thank Mamelodi Sundowns and the president for showing belief in me. Looking forward to working and growing with the team,” explained the defender.
“Time to move onto my next challenge. I want to thank Kaizer Chiefs. My time spent there has molded me into the man and player I am today,” acknowledged Moses.
“I want to thank my family, teammates and the Amakhosi Faithful for all the love and support shown. Nothing can stop a hungry lion,” he concluded.
Should the defender impress Mosimane and graduate to the first team, he will challenge for a spot in the starting XI against the likes of Ricardo Nascimento, Motjeka Madisha, Wayne Arendse and Rivaldo Coetzee among others.
I’m happy to announce that I’ve joined the @Masandawana family. God has always been there for me and will always be there for me and my family. I want to thank Mamelodi Sundowns and the president for showing belief in me. Looking forward to working and growing with the team pic.twitter.com/rF7Y1eXiYF
— Tristan Luke Moses (@trismoses) July 16, 2018
Meanwhile, Sundowns have confirmed the signing of Lyle Lakay from Cape Town City. Goal reported on the weekend that a deal had been concluded between the two clubs, although an official announcement was yet to be made.
Nonetheless, Sundowns have now taken to Twitter to confirm the acquisition of the 26-year-old.