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Al Ahly is ready to try his luck for Mamelodi Sundowns superstar!

Al Ahly is ready to try his luck for Mamelodi Sundowns superstar!

It’s no secret that Teboho Mokoena has attracted interest from European clubs, with Al Ahly also in the mix.

After Afcon it was reported that a English Premier League And French League 1 side were interested in Mokoena.

Mokoena joined alone Mamelodi sunsets in the January 2022 transfer window, from cross-town rivals Super Sports United. Before joining the Brazilians, he was also strongly linked with a move to Imperial leaders. They then appeared to drop out of the race, with a club in Belgium joining and competing with Masandawana. Ultimately, it was the DStv Premiership champions who outbid and ultimately got his signature.

A lot of interest in Mokoena

Since joining Sundowns, Mokoena has been a mainstay in their side. He has also been a transformed player Rulani Mokwena, taking his game to another level. Since joining the club he has won three league titles, MTN8, Nedbank cup And African Football League Cup. In addition to Mokwena, he also played a key role in it Hugo BroosBafana Bafana midfield.

Which Mokoena has great performances for Bafana Bafana across Afcon, it is no surprise that he would attract international interest. One of those interested parties that doesn’t seem to be going away is Al Ahly. According to they have a plan to test Sundowns’ resolve in the upcoming transfer window.

Al Ahly’s plan to sell Sundowns

“The prospect of a big-money transfer of Malian international Aliou Dieng to the Gulf region has kept the pulse of Al Ahly’s interest in Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Teboho Mokoena high. Dieng (26) has interest from clubs in Qatar and Saudi Arabia, where a transfer could earn Ahly between $3 million (approximately $55 million) and $6 million (approximately $110 million). What Ahly will earn from Dieng’s transfer is in line with the kind of money that could make Sundowns listen. Given the amounts Sundowns have spent on recruiting players in recent times – especially Marcelo Allende – offers of US$4 million (approximately US$74 million) will shake them.” Wrote the publication.

Sundowns sell Mokoena to African rivals ahead of the season with a FIFA Club World Cup seems unlikely. But that also applies to Al Ahly, which is being deterred.