It has been confirmed that the Brazilians and the Sea Robbers are interested in Brockie’s services, however, it appears United aren’t willing to sell at this point in time.
With new coach Eric Tinkler in charge, the Pretoria-based outfit aren’t keen to make any rushed decisions when it comes to the future of their players.
Matthews told Soccer Laduma that selling the New Zealand international isn’t an option. He said: “Jeremy is our leading goalscorer and we won’t even be considering selling him at this point in time.”
The 29-year-old is a hot commodity in South African football after having scored over 40 goals in his two and half seasons with Matsatsantsa.