Peter Shalulile is supposedly needed by Pitso Mosimane at Al Ahly.
This report isn't exactly is to be expected by any means, considering how the 28-year-old Namibian striker has been consuming hot this season with 28 objectives and seven aids 43 games.
We can all review what was a huge adventure where Al Ahly almost got the administrations of Gaston Sirino from Sundowns yet the DStv Premiership champions wouldn't yield.
More up to date reports presently say that Pitso Mosimane has focused on the Namibian with 21 objectives in 25 association games.
"The Siya team has been educated that Al Ahly mentor Pitso Mosimane has communicated an interest in Mamelodi Sundowns striker Peter Shalulile," Soccer Laduma detailed in a new release.
"All around put sources in Egypt have informed the Siya team that Mosimane wants to draw Shalulile to the ruling CAF Champions League victors toward the finish of the time.
"Shalulile actually has three years left on his five-year contract with Sundowns, implying that it would require a mammoth proposal for the Brazilians, who are not an offering group, to think about heading out in different directions from the player," the report added.
Will the record 10-time African bosses prevail with regards to grabbing a Sundowns central participant this time? It truly looks impossible.
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