Aubrey Modiba extends Mamelodi Sundowns contract amid European interest

Aubrey Modiba, a key player for Mamelodi Sundowns, has signed a new two-year contract, extending his stay at the club until June 2027.

Modiba’s initial deal was set to conclude in June 2025.

The versatile player, who joined Sundowns in October 2020 from SuperSport United, has been attracting interest from European clubs.

His agent, Glyn Binkin, confirmed the contract extension amid reports of the player’s continued rise in the football scene.

Aubrey Modiba is still a Mamelodi Sundowns player

Aubrey Modiba is still a Mamelodi Sundowns player

The Bafana Bafana star has been a consistent performer for both Sundowns and the national team.

He recently featured prominently in the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) campaign, starting his sixth match of the tournament against Nigeria.

Modiba’s impressive form during the Afcon has likely contributed to the reported European interest.

What’s next for Aubrey Modiba

As the player concludes the Afcon campaign, he may take some rest before returning to Sundowns, who are scheduled to resume their Premier Soccer League campaign with a match against Golden Arrows on February 14.

The contract extension suggests that Sundowns is keen on retaining Modiba’s services amid growing attention from overseas clubs.

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