The Archers talisman and leading scorer could leave the Archers to make way for younger scorers. Team owner, Jimbo, told AP that he will be selling the 29 year-old striker soon and the funds from the transfer would be used to buy a younger striker to pair with Kuwaiti forward, Samir Al-Doukhi.

A very emotional Jimbo spoke with AP about this news.

"It's a very painful decision and one that I take very personally. We have known Alfredo since he joined our youth ranks. He was a skinny lad and was easily pushed around in training but he worked really hard to strengthen his body and his scoring and it showed in his scoring record. He understands that times change and he is not getting any younger. He loves the club and that's why he agreed on my decision. I have talked to him about it in the start of the season. He is a club legend and will always will be in the hearts of the Archer fans."

The Philippine Eagle reacted to his managers words in a positive way.

"I love the Archers, they were patient with me and I rewarded them with tremendous effort and leadership every time I was in the pitch. It will be very difficult to leave, I have lots of friends and family here. If it will mean that the team will be stronger then I will support it. When my playing days are over, I will definitely come back to the Archers maybe coaching the youth squad would be nice." the experienced forward told AP

The Philippine Eagle scored 232 league goals in 347 appearances.