South African international Mahlangu believes Turkish football will suit his style of play [divider]
South African international May Mahlangu believes that Turkish football will suit his style of play.
Mahlangu joined Konyaspor on a six-month deal in January after leaving IFK Goteborg last year.
“It’s an exciting club with big ambitions and a young team that has lots of potential. Turkey is a very good league too, it’s very technical and I think it will suit my game. From what I have seen when i watched them on Sunday, I think I can help them improve with what I bring as a player,” Mahlangu told the Timeslive on Wednesday.
Mahlangu joins John Moshoeu, Fani Madida, Steve Komphela and Pollen Ndlanya as the fifth South African to play in Turkey.
Konyaspor also signed Mário Felgueiras have been signed over the winter transfer windwo.
Mahlangu joined IFK Göteborg from Helsingborgs IF in March 2014.
The 25-year-old scored six goals in 25 Allsvenskan for IFK Göteborg last season.
Konyaspor are currently 11th in the Turkish Super League with 20 points in 18 games and take on Balıkesirspor this weekend.