According to a source, Mamelodi Sundowns officials are unhappy with Gaston Sirino who showed an unwelcome behavior after their game against Al Ahly in Cairo. The Uruguayan midfielder was spotted wearing an Al Ahly shirt right after their CAF Champions League game ended on Saturday night.
It is believed that Sirino's behavior has to do with his intentions of forcing a move away from Mamelodi Sundowns to Al Ahly. Sirino was unhappy with Mamelodi Sundowns after they refused to sell him to Al Ahly in the previous transfer window. This might be further signs that Sirino is also interested in playing for the Egyptian giants and wants the move to happen.
Lack of professionalism is a behavior that is not tolerated by the Mamelodi Sundowns officials and we might see Sirino's wish being granted as he might be allowed to leave come the next transfer window.
Coach Pitso Mosimane also admitted to the speculations that his side is looking for the signature of the South American.
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