Peter Shalulile has been on top of his game ever since the inspection of this 2020/21 campaign and has managed to pull in through some impressive performances for Mamelodi Sundowns and has proven to be a good return on investment.
Red Devils head coach Pitso Mosimane has revealed his desire to lure in Shalulile to the Egytian Giants at the end of the season and is yet to meet up with the relevant parties.
The Mamelodi Sundowns assassin has managed to score 17 goals and has 8 assists across all competitions in 32 appearances for Mamelodi Sundowns, the Brazilians are set to clash with the Red Devils in the quarter finals of the CAF Champions league.
Though there hasn't been any official transfer request made for the Namibian international yet it's expected that when the transfer markets open Shalulile might be on his way should the Brazilians allow him.
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