The South African giants, Mamelodi Sundwons, will not let their Uruguayan winger Gaston Sirino go in the next summer.
Rulani Mokwena, the team’s head coach, stated that Sirino will not leave the team and he will not join Al Ahly.
Mokwena added that the negotiations broke down, as his team asked to get $5 m to let their winger join Cairo giants.
Mokwena finally said that Sirino is one of the team’s key players and they are not thinking to let him leave the team any soon.
On a different note, Pits Mosimane, Al Ahly’s head coach, is not satisfied of the team’s Congolese striker Walter Bwalya performance.
Bwalya failed to improve what he is capable of since joining the Red Eagles in the winter transfer window.
Mosimane reportedly will give Bwalya one last chance to prove his abilities, before he decide to let him leave the team whether on a loan or permenantly.