Jali has lost his starting berth at the club and he is contemplating a summer move away from the club.
The midfielder has been a notable absentee in the Sundowns match day team this season and the fact that the Brazilians are targeting other top notch midfielder's undoubtedly leaves Jali in the dark.
This could spell all doom and gloom for the revered star.
He is targeting a club that will give him more game time and still afford his hefty pay check.
This is according to a source that spoke to weekly football publication Phakaathi.
“If you know Andile, you will know that when he is not happy, it becomes very visible. I don’t really understand what’s behind his lack of game time, but I can tell you he’s not happy. You know this is something that can happen to any player who is not being picked. He thinks that the coaches don’t like him and he believes he is better than some of the guys who are being preferred to him,” said the insider.
The insider further stated that Jali is not in good books with the Sundowns coaching trio which has further eliminated his chances of enjoying first team action this season.
Sundowns are coached by the coaching trio of Manqoba Mngqithi, Rulani Mokwena and Steve Komphela.
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