The issue of Gaston Srino, Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly seems to be one issue that does not want to cease from the sports publications headlines. It is now no longer a secret that Al Ahly has always had an interest in signing Gaston Srino, and a couple of days ago the African football lovers have learnt that Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly's representatives did not come into agreeing terms about the transfer of the Uruguayan international player.
On Monday afternoon the Premier Soccer League Champions, Mamelodi Sundowns has released a statement that was in relation to Gaston Srino, in the statement that was issued by the club it has confirmed that indeed there were talks between Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly about the potential transfer of the Uruguayan international, but unfortunately those talks were terminated due to the fact that the Egyptian Premier League Champions failed to meet Sundowns's demands.
The 2019/20 Telkom player of the tournament winner Gaston Srino, did indicate before that he was interested in joining the Egyptian based outfit, unfortunately both Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly did not come into terms about the potential move. According to Soccer Laduma's sources, they have reported that the Tshwane based outfit was only willing to release the player for an estimated value of R50 million, this was also due to the fact that Srino had recently renewed his contract with Masandawana.
Within the Statement released, the PSL champions have also indicated that Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly still have good relations with one another, but unfortunately there will be no further communications in relation to Gaston Srino.
(Source: Soccer Laduma)
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