Absa Premiership

Ejike forcing Sundowns exit

2015-09-18 08:51
Uzoenyi Ejike (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Nigeria international Uzoenyi Ejike is reportedly working on forcing his way out of Mamelodi Sundowns after they failed to register him for the 2015/16 PSL season.

The midfielder joined the Brazilians from Enugu Rangers in 2014 but managed just one appearance after struggling with injury during that campaign.

The 27-year-old has since found himself fall way down the pecking order at Chloorkop, where Sundowns have already exhausted their foreign quota, meaning Ejike is set for a season of frustration on the sidelines.

That has led the winger to try and earn a release from his contract with the Tshwane giants, although Pitso Mosimane is believed to only be open to a loan move, with the coach still seeing enough potential in the former Enyimba ace.

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