SuperSport United striker Brockie could snub Mamelodi Sundowns in January

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The former Newcastle Jets frontman seems to have changed his mind about leaving Matsatsantsa

SuperSport United striker Jeremy Brockie could snub Mamelodi Sundowns during the January, 2018 Transfer Window.

The Brazilians are known to be keen admirers of the New Zealand international, who won the 2017 Caf Confederation Cup Golden Boot after netting 10 goals.

Brockie submitted a transfer request which was turned down by United during the last Transfer Window.

This was after United had reportedly rejected an offer from their city rivals Sundowns, who are said to be still keen to sign the lethal striker.

The latest reports have indicated that the Brazilians are preparing a fresh bid for Brockie with the next Transfer Window fast approaching.

However, the 30-year-old has hinted at stay at United when speaking to Daily Sun.

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“I am not aware of anything. Now that the African competition is over I will be meeting with my agent and plan the way forward,” Brockie said.

“I have enjoyed playing for SuperSport and possibly could end my career here. But who knows what the future will bring. Football is a strange game," he concluded.

The highly-rated marksman is still contracted to United until 2020.

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