Absa Premiership

Sundowns 'keeper seeks loan deal

2015-06-14 09:32
Kennedy Mweene (Backpage)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene wants the team to either sell him or loan him out so that he can have more action at club level.

The Zambian international told a Sport24 source that his lack of game time at club level is affecting his game at national level.

The source said the former Free State Stars goalkeeper has already put in a request at the club.

"He wants more game time and he feels like he won't be getting that at Sundowns and that's why he wants a move away from the team,” the source said.

“He still has a year left on his contract with the club and that's why he wants either to be sold or loaned out.

“The club will only let him know when they come back from the break.”

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