Absa Premiership

Igesund: Brockie not for sale

2015-05-28 15:14
Jeremy Brockie (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - SuperSport United coach Gordon Igesund said no matter the price, Matsatsantsa will not sell striker Jeremy Brockie.

Read: Brockie wants golden boot

The New Zealand international has made an impressive impact in the PSL since joining in January, bagging 10 goals in half a season after being roped from homeland club Wellington Phoenix.

And, Igesund has nipped any talk of a potential exit in the bud following claims Mamelodi Sundowns are readying a R10 million bid for his services.

"Of course there is interest, but Brockie is not for sale, I want to tell all the clubs out there that he'll be with SuperSport next season. They're wasting their time," Igesund told Soccer Laduma.

"When I signed with SuperSport, Brockie was one of the first players that I recommended, and he signed on the same day that I signed.

"We won't sell him even for R20 million, we want him to help us challenge for silverware."

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