Egyptian giants Al Ahly have reportedly turned their attention to Mamelodi Sundowns forward, Peter Shalulile.
The ‘Red Devils’, according to KingFut, are keen on signing the Namibian international.
Shalulile has been at Chloorkop since the beginning of the season, having joined from Highlands Park. He has been a key figure for them by scoring 14 goals while providing six assists in 25 games, across all competitions.
Meanwhile, Pitso Mosimane’s team Al Ahly have really lacked goals among their strikers this season and the team is crying out for a top level striker.
Aside from Mohamed Sherif, who scored six times this season, each of Walter Bwalya, Salah Mohsen, and Marwan Mohsen have only three goals in 33 games among them.
So according to reports in Egypt, it is not surprising that the Red Devils are in search of a recognised centre-forward; however, it will probably be difficult for them to convince Sundowns with the transfer.
But in case he moves to Cairo, Shalulile will become the first-ever Namibian in the history of the club.
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By Tiyani wa ka Mabasa