It is believed that a Mamelodi Sundowns player could be seeking the exit door in the January transfer window according to his agent.

The agent of Jeremy Brockie, Mike Makaab hads hinted that the lack of game time of his client could prompt him into a meeting with Sundowns management to discuss the future of the New Zealand man.

Brockie who made the move to the Brazilians is suffering from goal drought as he is unable to replicate his SuperSport United form.

According to his agent Makaab, “If he doesn’t get game-time in the next month or so, I will be sitting down with Sundowns to discuss a way forward,” Makaab said.

However, a source at the club has revealed that Sundowns initially had no plans to let Brockie leave the club, despite the player’s lack of game-time

“I’m not too sure about Jeremy, I thought Sundowns were keeping him,” the source said.

This new development would alert other suitors like Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs as they both wanted him before he signed for the PSL champions.