Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has given a hint that veteran midfielder is going nowhere, amid rumours that he is set for a move to SuperSport United.
The Zimbabwean-born player joined Sundowns in 2004, after a three-year spell with AmaZulu, and has made over 200 appearances for the Chloorkop-based side.
However, he has not been seeing much game time in recent campaigns and rumours has it he is on his way out. But Mosimane is intent on keeping the 33-year-old, if reports coming out of Zimbabwe are anything to go by.
“Nyandoro is a good player and an icon at Sundowns; he is injury free. Whenever I’m not using him that doesn’t mean he is not worth it any more, he is still our player, it’s only a tactical decision. He and Surprise Moriri are the backbone of the team,” the coach told The Zimbabwean.
He further went on to promise that as long as he was in charge of the team he would make sure that Nyandoro’s future at Sundowns is secured.
However, it can be noted that Mosimane said the same thing about Katlego Mphela a few months ago, and the striker has signed a pre-contract with Kaizer Chiefs, whom he will be joining after his Sundowns contract expires at the end of June.