The transfer window mid season isn't always blockbuster , clubs are conservatives as they know it may take new signings time to settle into the team so many clubs tried to avoid deals in January unless a mega star like this one is on the market.
Gaston Sirino has long made his desire to leave Mamelodi Sundowns a well known tale , the player wanted to join Al AHLY in a desperate move to reunite with Pitso Mosimane who brought him into South African from Uruguay .But now Orlando Pirates have approached downs with a loan offer as they know the coaches are also not happy with the Sirino issue, but Orlando Pirates are not guaranteed to land the playmaker as AL Ahly have reignited their interest in the Latina star but Bucs hope to get him on a season long loan with hopes to make it permeant in the end.
Mosimane has already acquired Percy Tau who has been a revelation at the Egyptian colossal club, if he manages to bring in Sirino he may well win the CAF champions league once again but his true objective being to win the club world cup.
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