Following weeks of speculation, it has finally been confirmed today that Zimbabwean international striker Peter Ndlovu has become the latest player to join Patrice Motsepe's revolution at Sundowns.
It was announced at an official press conference at the Sheraton Hotel in Pretoria today that the player has officially joined the Brazilians.
Ndlovu ahs signed a two-year deal, with the option of a third season.
Kaizer Chiefs were also interested in his services, but the player is reported to have said that he chose the Pretoria side because of the fact that the club has new management as well as a number of new players, which will make it easier for him to settle down as the focus will not be entirely on him.
The Bulawayo-born 31-year-old has been playing in England for 13 years now, having started his career at Coventry, where he scored 35 goals in 141 league appearances.
He then moved onto Birmingham City, where he netted 29 times in 77 league games.
Ndlovu then spent a short loan spell at Huddersfield, before heading for his most recent club, Sheffield United, on a free transfer in 2001.
He played 114 league matches for 'The Blades', finding the target on 21 occasions.