SuperSport United confirmed two new signings on Tuesday night, snapping up one experienced PSL player and a league newbie.
The Siya crew has previously reported on the fact that SuperSport were closing in on Siyabonga Nhlapo and Prince Dube as Matsatsantsa looked to bring them in from Bidvest Wits and Highlanders respectively and they have now been confirmed on long-term deals.
Nhlapo, 28, has penned a three-year deal in Pretoria following his switch from Braamfontein, while 20-year-old Dube landed himself a four-year contract at the club.
The crew explained earlier this week that Nhlapo had been introduced to his new teammates on their arrival in camp in Polokwane and it has since been confirmed that Dube has also arrived to join up with Eric Tinkler’s side.
Nhlapo joins as an international right back that will battle it out with Grant Kekana following Michael Boxall’s exit, with the former Jomo Cosmos man having played 20+ league games in five of the last six seasons.
Meanwhile, Dube has been signed as one for the future following his exploits in Zimbabwe and recently helped his nation to the 2017 Cosafa Cup title, scoring in the group stages.