“After consulting with the technical staff, the club was forced to tie them down ” a source stated. Mamelodi Sundowns have extended the contracts of six of their key players and signed long-term contracts with them.
- Andile Jali
- Rivaldo Coetzee
- Themba Zwane
- Lyle Lakay
- Lebohang Maboe
- Mosa Lebosa
have all extended their stays at Chloorkop, our sources has been told.
Jali and Zwane have been granted an additional three years at Masandawana. Maboe and Coetzee have been given an additional five years, while Lebusa and Lakay have been handed four years apiece.
“Following talks with the technical experts, the club was forced to tie them down. They waited for the coaches’ reports to see if the sundowns players were still required before committing to them.
“Because the club does not want to have too many players, many of them are excluded from the sundowns squad and become a surplus. The squad will be drastically reduced.
“We are now waiting to see who will be released but there are quite a few of them who could be let go,” said a source.
Meanwhile, as previously reported, Mamelodi Sundowns will either have to cope with a disgruntled player or risk losing one of their most valuable assets in Gaston Sirino.
who is still pushing for a move to Egyptian giants Al Ahly, whose offer was rejected down by Masandawana a few months ago. Sirino told OnTime Sports that he blames the Chloorkop-based side for blocking his dream move to play for the Caf Champions League record holders who have an opportunity to extend their record to ten titles when they meet Kaizer Chiefs in the final in about two weeks, in his latest bid to reunite with former Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane. for two weeks