Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has been inundated with offers given his recent success with the Pretoria-based outfit, TimesLive reports.
The former Bafana mentor claimed his fourth PSL title on Saturday, joining Gavin Hunt and Gordon Igesund as one of three coaches who have achieved the feat four times.
He told the publication, he has had to turn down offers from a few North African sides due to his loyalty to Sundowns, and has also been approached by a side from oil-rich Qatar.
Even this week‚ I got a call from Qatar‚” he said.
“If it is about money‚ it will be easy just go, but I don’t like my CV having this club this year and that club next year.
“You pocket a lot of money for moving around because you sign a three-year contract and when they sack you after one year and you go to Fifa if they don’t pay you. Many guys have made lots of money from that moving around but when they get to SA they don’t win.
“Maybe I don’t know business very well‚ I should look at the business side of things and be greedy, but I like to stay.
“I was seven years at SuperSport United and I have been here for six years‚ I have only coached two teams in the PSL.”
The recent PSL title was a record ninth for Sundowns, with four of those coming under Mosimane’s watch.
The 54-year-old was also in charge when the club won the 2016 Caf Champions League, and led them to another decent run in the 2019 edition of the competition – finishing in the semifinals.