Absa Premiership

Dolly bids Sundowns farewell - report

2017-01-19 15:14
Keagan Dolly (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Keagan Dolly has reportedly bid farewell to his team-mates and staff at Mamelodi Sundowns ahead of his move to Montpellier in France.

According to the Soccer Laduma website, Dolly went to Chloorkop on Thursday to say his goodbyes and to collect any personal items he still had remaining at the training ground.

Montpellier have activated his €1.7m (R25m) buyout clause and the deal is seemingly in the final stages of completion.

Dolly's representatives have been in a controversial transfer battle with the club for weeks after Sundowns amended his buyout clause.

However, with the buyout activated it is now up to the 23-year-old to agree personal terms and undergo a medical in France.

The winger is expected to put pen to paper on terms when he arrives in the country sometime on Friday.

Dolly made nearly 60 appearances during his time with the Brazilians.

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