Gaston Sirino looks like getting more impatient at Mamelodi Sundowns. The Uruguayan striker seems to be forcing a move out of Chloorkop.
Sirino publicly confirmed his ‘dream’ to leave Mamelodi Sundowns expressing his desire to join former mentor Pitso Mosimane up North at Egyptian giants Al Ahly.
Sirino took a rather shocking dig at Mamelodi Sundowns’ board who he believes have been holding up his potential move to Al Ahly. He urges the club to help him achieve his dream of joining his former coach Pitso Mosimane at Al Ahly.
“My contract with Sundowns expires in two seasons. My relationship is great with Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane as he was the one to sign me for Mamelodi Sundowns.” Sirino said.
“I haven’t been in communication with him for a while because of the circumstances. I hope that negotiations go easier if it’s renewed between Al Ahly and Mamelodi Sundowns. And I will try to connect the two boards to each other and bring their views closer. Because my dream is to play for Al Ahly, who have a great history in Africa and internationally.
“There are no contact at the moment. But there was contact earlier. I pray to God that the Sundowns’ board will be more flexible this time if negotiations are renewed.” He hopes.
With two more seasons still left on his current contract at Chloorkop, Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly will first have to reach an agreement regarding the transfer fee of the Uruguayan star.
Reports suggest the Brazilians are holding out for approximately R100 million for Gaston Sirino. And they are not willing to let him go for a single penny less.