Uganda Cranes and Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango has revealed he could stay at the club longer than expected after the side expressed desire for a long term project with him.
While appearing on PRESSBOX, a weekly sports show on NTV, Onyango expressed his content with the Masandawana.
“I have got a lot of offers up to now from Asia, Middle East… Saudi Arabia,” the former SuperSport United rear guard said when asked whether he intends to move.
“But Sundowns have said No! They (Sundowns) said I give them what they want and of course they give me what I want. They believe I can stay at the club longer even after football and do something with the youngsters out there and be an ambassador for the club,” the former African Footballer of the Year added.
Onyango admitted that he gets the temptation to move on, however his decision to stay with the South African giants comes down to life after his playing days are done.
“At my age I want to move on but I must also consider the life after football. Much as I want to play in Europe there’s an opportunity for me stay and work under the same management.”