Mamelodi Sundowns will not sell Peter Shalulil unless they receive a strong bid for the Namibian striker. For striker Peter Shalulile, follow Sports Brief on Twitter for serious country action and recognition! Mamelodi Sundowns are determined to hang on to Peter Shalulil.
The Namibian striker has been in torrid form for the DStv Premier League champions and his displays have caught the eye of many sides. Mamelodi Sundowns are unwilling to sell star striker Peter Shalulile and have fended off bids from abroad for his administration. Image: KickOffMagazine Source: Twitter Shalulile himself said he would not play for any team other than Sundowns in South Africa, but he could consider a move assuming it comes from Europe.
The Citizen reports that the Brazilians are definitely receiving offers from abroad for the game but have not attracted any of them. A source speaking at the distribution said Masandawana chose not to look at the offers and Shalulile was happy at the club.
He added that Sundowns would likely pass on Shalulil, assuming a strong deal comes their way. Al Ahly were to show interest in the player recently when Pitso Mosimane was still in charge, KickOff detailed at the time.
Bandile Shandu, Thembinkosi Lorch, Peter Shalulile and Percy Tau were awarded the CAF Inter-Club Player of the Year award. Peter Shalulile has been in scintillating form in front of goal for Mamelodi Sundowns this season, and given Masandawana's thrashing in the CAF Champions League quarter-finals, Shalulile has always been remarkable.
Mamelodi Sundowns specialist sharpshooter Peter Shalulile joins world-class club with 20 association goals this season Mamelodi Sundowns striker Peter Shalulile's goalscoring exploits in the DStv Premier League this season have put him among the top goalscorers in the world.
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