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Agent Provides Fresh Update On Mokoena’s Future  

  • June 14, 2024
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Agent Provides Fresh Update On Mokoena’s Future  

Teboho Mokoena’s agent Glyn Binkin has given an update on his client’s future amid reports suggesting that the Mamelodi Sundowns star could be leaving the South African Champions this transfer window.  

Egyptian giants Al Ahly, who were recently crowned African champions for a record extending 12th time, have been heavily linked with Mokoena since his stellar performances in the 2023 Africa Cup Of Nations in Ivory Coast.  

Mokoena played an instrumental role in helping Bafana Bafana claim a bronze medal in AFCON, featuring in all matches in the competition, including scoring the second goal in a 2-0 victory over Morocco in the round of 16.  

Interest in the 27-year-old midfielder has extended further abroad with news emerging that Qatar Stars League outfit Al-Wakrah have expressed an interest in the player, however Binkin insists there are no negotiations ongoing with any club at the moment.  

“In recent months, there have been many speculations that Mokoena will join Al Ahly, but I cannot confirm nor deny this,” Binkin told MBC Egypt as quoted by Cairo-based news outlet KingFut.  

“There are no negotiations between Al Ahly and Mokoena, and I am not aware of Al Ahly negotiating with Sundowns regarding the player. Al Ahly may have contacted Sundowns, but from my side I cannot confirm nor deny that.”  

Binkin further explained that the speculations around his client’s future are just rumours and dismissed reports linking Mokoena with a move to the Middle East.  

“Everything being said about offers to Mokoena is just rumours,” he said.  

“As far as I know, there are no offers from Al Ahly, and the player still has two seasons remaining on his contract with Sundowns. There are no negotiations with Qatari club Al-Wakrah. This is not true,” Binkin added.  

With clubs reportedly circling around for Mokoena’s signature, Sundowns will face an uphill battle to keep the player. The Brazilians are currently in negotiations with Mokoena’s camp over a new deal to extend his stay at the club, but the two parties are yet to reach an agreement on terms. 

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