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Sundowns interested in Mulenga

Power Dynamos have confirmed that ABSA Premier Soccer League side Mamelodi Sundowns wrote to them expressing their interest in acquiring the services of midfielder Mukuka Mulenga but have denied receiving an offer for the midfielder.

The development was revealed to SuperSport.com on Wednesday by Power Dynamos Club Secretary Aaron Ng’ambi who dismissed media reports that Sundowns had tabled a ZMK1bn offer for the much sought after protégé.

“After we received communication from Sundowns, we wrote back to them explaining the conditions under which we were willing to let go of Mukuka. They have yet to let us know if they are still interested but we only learnt through the papers that Sundowns had offered us ZMK1bn,” said Ng’ambi.

“As Power Dynamos we have the best interest of the player. With us he is guaranteed first team football. We don’t want him to join a club where he is going to end up as a fringe player. Basically we asked Sundowns how they thought Mukuka would suit in their team and they have not yet responded. It is up to them to agree or disagree with what we want.”

“So far the Power Dynamos Executive Committee has not met to discuss the possible transfer of Mukuka Mulenga,” concluded Ng’ambi.

And Power Dynamos Chairman George Lungu concurred with Ng’ambi.

“I just read about it in the papers but I don’t know anything about the offer for Mukuka from Sundowns,” said Lungu.


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