Sundowns' Pitso Mosimane turns down offer from club based in Qatar

Sundowns' Pitso Mosimane turns down offer from club based in Qatar

- Pitso Mosimane has turned down an offer from a club in Qatar

- He said that he is not motivated by money

- Mosimane added that he was committed to Sundowns as he "loved" the club

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Pitso Mosimane, coach of Mamelodi Sundowns, has rejected an offer from Qatar.

Mosimane has recieved significant attention from various clubs following Sundowns' success during his tenure.

However, Mosimane said that he was happy at Sundowns and that it was unlikely that he would move to another club anytime soon.

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"I am at peace here at Sundowns but I am humbled by interest from the North Africans," Mosimane said.

The interest in Mosimane stems from Sundowns' impressive performance since he took over in 2016. Since then, the Brazilians won the CAF Champions League and CAF Super Cup, as well as four domestic titles and more. These victories have already earned Mosimane respect as one of the most successful coaches in PSL history.

It is unsurprising then that other clubs have reached out to Mosimane. One of these is a side based in Qatar, which Mosimane declined to name. These clubs are likely to pay more than local teams, but Mosimane stressed that he was not motivated by money, according to TimesLIVE.

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He added that he did not like moving regularly from team to team and preferred to stick with one club for a significant length of time, Briefly.co.za has gathered.

Additionally, Mosimane said that he "loved Sundowns" and was committed to the club - suggesting that he would not be leaving in the near future, at least.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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