SuperSport To Sell Brockie?
Jeremy Brockie could finally be leaving SuperSport United.
SuperSport United may have finally given up on their hopes of keeping Jeremy Brockie at the club, with Siya sources suggesting that they may be open to offers for him in either of the upcoming transfer windows.
Mamelodi Sundowns’ interest in the New Zealand international has been no secret in recent times, with the player even trying to force a move in the last window as he handed in a transfer request to his bosses at Matsatsantsa a Pitori.
However, SuperSport turned down his request as they went in search of silverware this season, and despite missing out on the CAF Confederation Cup at the final hurdle, they did manage to clinch the MTN8 title against Cape Town City.
Now, with the January transfer window approaching and Brockie experiencing a rare goal drought (he hasn’t scored since October), the Siya crew has been informed that SuperSport would be willing to let him leave should the right offer be put forward for him.
Orlando Pirates were alongside Sundowns on Brockie’s list of admirers during the last window, and both clubs could potentially come in for his signature if he was available for a price that suits them.
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Brockie is by far the most prolific striker in the country, having scored 54 goals for SuperSport since his arrival in 2015, and while he does have a contract that runs through until 2020, Tinkler may have to do without his top scorer should an offer come in that is too good to refuse.