Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder George Maluleka has addressed media reports that he could be on his way out of the club ahead of next season.
Maluleke said he has no intention to leave Sundowns any time soon.
Asked when these rumours may be coming from, the 32-year-old said his lack of regular game time at Sundowns might be the reason.
However, Maluleka feels he is in a good space, adding that he’s happy at Sundowns and, therefore, will not be leaving the club.
“To be honest, I think it’s because of where I was, with me playing week in and out. Now I come here (to Sundowns), I play, I don’t play, I play, I don’t play,” said Maluleka.
“I am very happy at Sundowns and I am in a very good space. George is happy, George is not going anywhere,” he said.
Maluleka admitted having heard reports about him possibly going back to SuperSport United, and while he didn’t rule out a move away altogether, the midfielder said he’s still belongs to Sundowns.
“I have heard about these moves. If it happens, it happens. If it doesn’t happen, it doesn’t happen. I am a Sundowns player and I am not going anywhere,” Maluleka added.