In football, sometimes is a good trait to stay on with a club and stay to fight for a place in the team or one can finally make a decision that sees them leaving the club after holding on for far too long.
That would be the story that is making the rounds with regards to former Kaizer Chiefs Star midfielder George Maluleka, who has had a rather discouraging spell and Mamelodi Sundowns since joining them a couple of seasons ago.
He is said to have have reached a stage where he feels that he needs to make a move in January, whether being a permanent deal or a loan deal, as long as he gets to play.
"Sundowns have an open door policy where in if a player is unhappy or desires to leave, all George has to do is alert the coaches of his decision. They may allow him to get a loan move in January," revealed the source.
It is now more tougher for Maluleka because the man who signed him, that being Pitso Mosimane left the club and although he did get some game time last season, it does not seem like he is in the plans of the Sundowns coaches going forward.
Surely the former Supersport United midfielder who is known as "Mido" will feel that he still has a lot to offer in the game and will certainly not be short of suitors when his availability is made known in January.
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