Absa Premiership

Wome leaves Brazilians for good

2015-05-22 17:00
Dove Wome (Supplied)

Cape Town - Togo international Dove Wome has left Mamelodi Sundowns to join SuperSport United permanently the club announced on Friday.

Stan Matthews, the CEO of SuperSport United, confirmed the signing, saying: "We're delighted to have Wome and he is going to form a deadly combination with Brockie and Nkhatha upfront in the new season".

Matsatsantsa opted to take up the option in Wome's loan deal from the Brazilians to sign the attack-minded player on a three year deal.

The 23-year-old scored six goals in 26 appearances in the league for SuperSport United this season.

Wome is the club's second signing of the day after the deal to bring Thanda Royal Zulu striker Phumelele Bhengu to the club was confirmed.

The club confirmed the deal on Twitter on Friday:

 

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