The Uganda captain has been the primary goalkeeper for the higher a part of his time with the Brazilians
Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango is unfazed by the potential of shedding the first-choice spot if the membership indicators his Maritzburg United counterpart Richard Ofori.
Onyango has been the primary goalkeeper for the higher a part of his nine-year time at the Brazilians punctuated by a temporary mortgage stint at Bidvest Wits.
With rumours linking Ofori to Sundowns in addition to Orlando Pirates, Onyango says the Ghanaian is welcome to Chloorkop in order to extend competition.
“I don’t have a problem with competition. Richard Ofori can come. He’s welcome,” Onyango informed Power FM Sport as per Far Post.
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“I won’t be greedy because I can’t play when I’m 40 or 45 or 50. Others will have to take the team forward. And Ofori was here before he went to Maritzburg United.”
The Sundowns goalkeeping division has over time been recognized to be wealthy in depth with Zambia’s 2012 Africa Cup of Nations winner Kennedy Mweene offering cowl for Onyango.
Experienced ex-Kaizer Chiefs gloveman Reyaad Pieterse can be one other selection for Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane after arriving at Chloorkop to interchange Wayne Sandilands, who had joined Pirates.