The saga between Gaston Srino and his club, Mamelodi Sundowns continues once again, this comes as the Uruguayan international player has previously expressed his desire to leave the club as he wanted to move to the Egyptian giants, Al Ahly. The news about Srino being a wanted man by the Champions League defending champions became more rife when his former mentor, Pitso Mosimane moved to the Egyptian giants to become the head coach there. You must also remember that Srino was previously linked with a move to Al Ahly even when Mosimane was still with Sundowns.
The new transfer window has opened up once again and the Uruguayan player has indicated that he is struggling to leave Mamelodi Sundowns for Al Ahly. It is no secret that Gaston Srino has been an incredible player for Mamelodi Sundowns, and one of the things that most people might not have noted is that ever since he has come to the Premier Soccer League as the Mamelodi Sundowns player, Srino has always won a league title with the club, and most of his championship titles he has won them while he was being mentored by Pitso Mosimane.
The developing news that Srino wants to move to Egypt could be influenced by the fact that he wants to play for Pitso Mosimane once again. In the previous transfer window, Mamelodi Sundowns made it clear that the 30 year old player is going no where as they still have plans for him. Pitso Mosimane and Srino are known to have had a great relationship, that reason could be one of the things that might have encouraged Srino to wish to move to the Egyptian giants. Should the move for Srino to Al Ahly made possible, this could have become of the biggest transfer moves in African football.
Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly failed in their agreement for the player to move to Cairo, and this could have become one of the historic moves between two dominant football teams in Africa. It is understood that the deal between Al Ahly and Mamelodi Sundowns could have been between R101 million to R135 million.
A move to the Egyptian Premier League champions could be a dream come through for the Uruguayan international player. Some may say age is a negative factor or Srino, but as far as things are concerned in the filed of play his age doesn't seem like it has limited him to play his best football with Sundowns.
(Source: Soccer Laduma)
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