Uzoenyi Ejike set to decide on future at Mamelodi Sundowns
Posted: 10 May 2016 Time: 15:34
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Uzoenyi Ejike will be faced with making a tough decision in the coming winter break if he is to revive his playing career.
The Nigerian international has seen his career stagnate at Chloorkop over the past seasons, after suffering an injury in his first and not being registered in the current.
Ejike still has another two years on his contract with the Brazilians, and should carefully consider whether he still wants to play in the near future.
Evidently out of the coach Pitso Mosimane's plans this season, and possible in the next too, the 24-year-old is tasked with trying either to get out of his contract or find a potential suitor ahead of the 2016/17 season.
However, Ejike will also have to decide whether to continue on his current salary or whether to take a pay cut in order to get game-time elsewhere.
Chances of Ejike getting registered by Sundowns for next season are slim, as they are believed to be prioritising their remaining foreign spot for Bongani Zungu’s replacemen, who is likely to come from South America.
They will also be welcoming back Kudakwashe Mahachi from his loan spell at Golden Arrows where he has proven himself to be a useful player.