Pitso Mosimane advises Teboho Mokoena where to go next

The former Mamelodi Sundowns coach has given transfer advice to the midfielder

Pitso Mosimane feels Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Teboho Mokoena would be better moving to the Middle East if he wished to leave the club.

Mokoena has been at Sundowns since moving from SuperSport in 2022 and has enjoyed a great time at the club where he is one of the key players and also enhanced his reputation with a good display for Bafana Bafana during the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.

Despite having a year-and-a-half still remaining on his contract, speculation is already linking him away from Sundowns and Mosimane, who has worked in the Gulf, feels it is a good option for the midfielder.

Mosimane ready to give Mokoena transfer advice

“Qatar is good. But if he wants to know where to go, where to be, why there, why not there, he can give me a call, I can advise,” Mosimane said, as quoted by FARPost.

“I don’t want to be his manager or agent. He’s my boy.”

Mokoena has won two league titles with Sundowns as well as the inaugural African Football League and also played a large part in the club’s journey in the CAF Champions League which has ended at the semi-final in the last two seasons.

Al Ahly and Premier League clubs ‘admire’ Mokoena

That has attracted interest from abroad with Egyptian giants Al Ahy as well as Premier League sides rumoured to be admirers.

Mokoena has scored nine goals and provided seven assists in 79 matches for the Brazilians and coach Rhulani Mokwena would be reluctant to lose him unless a big offer comes in.

Mosimane is well placed to advise the player following his stint in Egypt with Al Ahly before moving to Saudi Arabia, where he coached Al Ahli Jeddah before taking on Abha, after a short spell at Al Wahda of Qatar. 

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