Cape Town - Michael Morton pours cold water on the rumours
that he is set to leave SuperSport United.
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A number of football publications earlier this week
suggested that Morton, along with Mor Diouf, were on their way out of the club
as they were keen to reunite with Cavin Johnson at Platinum Stars.
Morton spoke to Sport24,
saying that the transfer talk was news to him.
“I also read those stories but I haven’t heard anything from
the club so the only way I know about this is by going on those websites.
“Obviously Cavin brought me to SuperSport so I guess that’s
“I didn’t play as much as I would have liked but I still
played 22 games the whole season and won a trophy so I can’t be terribly
The 26-year-old midfielder said that he planned to stay on
at the club to push for silverware, and that if he were to move, it would not be
of his own choosing.
“I’ve really enjoyed my time at the club and I always said
that when I joined SuperSport it was about winning silverware and we won a
trophy straight off the back.
“So it has been going pretty well overall.
“If there is a move it will be because the club are to
release me and not because I want to go.”