Ronwen Williams could be set to leave SuperSport for Pirates. Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)

Ronwen Williams could soon be on the move from SuperSport. Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)

Bafana star Williams concedes: Who wouldn’t want to play for Sundowns?

Bafana and SuperSport keeper Ronwen Williams has again highlighted his desire to join a title-contending team in the PSL.

Ronwen Williams could be set to leave SuperSport for Pirates. Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)

Ronwen Williams could soon be on the move from SuperSport. Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)

Bafana Bafana captain Ronwen Williams is said to be of considerable interest to Orlando Pirates as the season draws to an end, and the star keeper has repeatedly indicated that he does have a desire to possibly move to a PSL powerhouse club.

The 30-year-old has enjoyed an illustrious career at SuperSport, where he has amassed over 250 appearances at a club where he has been based for over a decade.

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Williams has reiterated that he is open to staying at Matsatsantsa should they meet his ambitions, but he has also hinted that there would be an appealing element to joining a club that could compete for the DStv Premiership title.

“Yes, there have been talks and we will see what’s going to happen now. There has been some interest, so it will all depend on the club if they are willing to let me go,” Williams told the media recently, as reported by Sowetan Live.

“I told them what my ambitions are and it is for them to decide. If SuperSport wants me to stay, I will gladly stay.

“But if they are willing to let me go, maybe that’s the time now, but as I said, I’m happy at SuperSport, but they know what my ambitions are and we will see in the next few weeks what will happen.”

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In another interview with SABC Sport, Williams has further revealed why a move to a team such as Sundowns would of course hold great appeal.

“Definitely, who wouldn’t want to play for the [treble] champions? I mean, they are at the pinnacle of South African football at the moment, and for the last few years,” Williams told SABC Sport.

“And it will only benefit me playing Champions League or Confederation Cup because, like you said, I’m part of the national team and that will only boost and help me.

“So, any offer that comes, if the offer is good and the club is happy then we shake hands and we move on.

“But, like I said, I think I’m at a time now when I need to challenge for things. I think I’ve done fairly well over the last few years, so we’ll see what happens in the next few weeks.”

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The Bafana stalwart also hinted that he would love to be challenging for the league title, and that prospect doesn’t seem likely for SuperSport at the moment.

“My ambition is to win the league. I told them I have not won the league and with the direction the club is going now, we should be realistic. We have a lot of youngsters and there is no chance that we can challenge the bigger boys.

“If this is the direction we are going, I can’t see us winning the league title. Yes, we will challenge for cups here and there.

“I have bigger ambitions than that and we will see what happens. Like I said, if I stay, I will give my all like I always do and we will see in the next few weeks what will happen.”

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