Absa Premiership

Sundowns lose Sumaila

2015-05-29 15:30
Rashid Sumaila (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns will lose the services of defender, Rashid Sumaila, to Kuwaiti side Al Qadsia.

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According to Ghanasoccernet, Ghana international has been an outcast at Sundowns for the last two seasons, having been sent out on loan, first to Asante Kotoko before joining Qadsia SC.

And, with his loan spells now over and no foreseeable future at Chloorkop, the 22-year-old is keen to depart the Tshwane giants on a permanent basis.

“My future has been decided: I will be signing for Al Qadsia and Sundowns are aware,” Sumaila said.

“I have been here for some time and I'm certain that this is the right deal for me at this point in my career.”

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