The current DSTV Premieship champions Mamelodi Sundowns, are expected to make a number of changes to their squad, for the coming season as explained by their co-coach Rhulani Mokwena.
One of them could be George Maluleka, who's contract with Mamelodi Sundowns will expire in June. Although the club have an option to extend his contract by a further year, but they are yet to exercise that option.
Maluleka joined Sundowns two years ago from Kaizer Chiefs, when he signed a pre-contract. Since his arrival at the Tshwane giants he has struggled for regular game time, in the star-studded Sundowns midfield, the club only have seven days left to exercise their option.
Sean Roberts agent of the former Ajax Cape Town star, says they are not yet worried about Maluleka situation. Saying the player is professional and will accept any decision the club make.
Nothing has changed. Sundowns have been given until the end of May to take up his option. Sundowns have every right to let us know in the last day of May. George is an out-an-out professional, every single time in training. He will be keeping fit waiting for any outcome, Roberts told Soccer-laduma.
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