Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he is not interested in the services of returning striker Cuthbert Malajila, who is back at Sundowns after a successful stint at Bidvest Wits on loan.
Despite clinching the PSL championship, the Sundowns duo of Zimbabwean bustling striker Cuthbert Malajila and Mogakolodi Ngele will have to wait until month end for the coach to decide their fate with the coach indicating he doesnt need them at the moment as they continue in their hunt to return the CAF Champions League title.
Mosimane indicated to KickOff.com that the players will have to wait since they have already done duty in the African Safari in Wits fold.
“You must also understand that they are not registered for CAF and I don’t have enough places for CAF. I only have three places to fill for CAF so the players that I am going to fill as the priority now are players who are not cup tied because I need to fill the three slots,” revealed Mosimane to Kickoff magazine.
The coach however indicated that Malajila must prove his worthness as Sundowns prepares for new upcoming season.
Reports from South Africa also indicate that Bidvest Wits were willing to tie permanent deals for the players but Sundowns demanded too much money prompting the club to let them go.
“The players are going back, Sundowns want [too much money] for them. At this point in time, they [Ngele and Malajila] don’t want to go back, but they will go back. They have a contract and that was part of the deal,” Wits coach Gavin Hunt revealed, adding that the duo were not keen to return to Sundowns.
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