The specialist of Mamelodi Sundowns star George Maluleka has uncovered that the midfielder is "glad" at the club and that there is "no possibility" of him leaving Chloorkop regardless of the gossipy tidbits.
Sport24 detailed that the previous Kaizer Chiefs player was set for a stunning way out from the Brazilians after joining the club under a quarter of a year prior.
The Brazilians have gotten a few major name players over the span of the year and in front of the 2020/21 season.
Jody February, Grant Margeman, Lesedi Kapinga, Ricardo Goss, Haashim Domingo, Gift Motupa, Luvuyo Phewa, Peter Shalulile, Aubrey Modiba, Mothibi Mvala, Kermit Erasmus and Maluleka are for the most part new faces at Chloorkop this season.
A large portion of these players were marked when Pitso Mosimane was still lead trainer of Masandawana before he selected to join Al Ahly in Egypt.
Presently, under another system with Manqoba Mngqithi and Rulani Mokwena as joint lead trainers close by senior mentor Steve Komphela, the specialized staff are hoping to manage down the current crew.
It was accounted for that Maluleka was one of the players that Sundowns was hoping to offload as he still can't seem to play any minutes for the club.
Maluleka didn't highlight in their first match of the 2020/21 season in a MTN8 quarter last destruction against Bloemfontein Celtic on Sunday,
Talking solely to Sport24, Maluleka's specialist, Sean Roberts, dispelled any confusion air and dismissed the "awful gossip".
"It's 100% gossipy tidbits," said Roberts.
"There is definitely no way George is leaving Sundowns.
"I'm not very sure how these gossipy tidbits began. George has gotten comfortable pleasantly. The input we had from the mentors are extremely sure. George is a Sundowns player. He is incredibly, upbeat.
"Dusks has been a delight to manage, all training staff, all administrator staff, all senior individuals at the group has consistently been a joy to manage. Surrounding we are extremely glad. It's simply a horrendous talk."
The Brazilians launch the safeguard of their Premiership title on Saturday against rivals Amakhosi and Maluleka will be hoping to get approval for a spot in the beginning XI.
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