Abdelmounaim Boutouil is a Moroccan defender who Mamelodi Sundowns are interested in signing, but there are obstacles the team must overcome before making a final choice.
The left-sided center back, who has been mentioned as a potential successor for Ricardo Nascimento, has one more year left on his contract with Moroccan powerhouses Raja Casablanca, according to information provided to the Siya team.
Soccer Laduma has learned that the asking price for a player in the final year of his contract is a little too high, thus Sundowns may decide to hold off until January or perhaps until the end of the season when he becomes a free agency.
It is acknowledged that Raja will be taking advantage of the player's remaining contract year in order to make a profit.
It's unknown at this time whether SC Mohammedia has made an offer to Raja to purchase Boutouil, who was sent on loan to the club with the option to buy.
Once they return for preseason, which begins on Thursday, July 30, Sundowns will make a final choice on the player.
Because he is in the final year of his contract, the club might make a move for him in January. A reliable source told the Siya crew that they could have to wait until January or wait to acquire him on a free.
He is extremely talented, but the issue is that they want plenty of cash. Keep in mind that they deal in dollars.
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