Speaking to Sunday World this week, Comitis unexpectedly responded by saying "it's always great to do business with Sundowns".
"I cannot reveal how much we got from Sundowns for Lakay. We hope the boy will shine there and even make us regret why we let him go," said Comitis.
The City boss also emphasised that he didn't sell his left-winger to the Brazilians because of [an] irresistible offer, insisting he sold Lakay because he had bought Gift Links and Riyaad Norodien who play similarly as Lakay.
"The deal was not motivated by money. We didn't sell Lakay because we wanted money; it was because we had bought players we believe in [more] in his position. We are excited to have Gift Links and Norodien."
Comitis said his current squad is the best ever since he got involved in football.
He is positive the current City players are capable to challenge for top honours.
"In my 15 years of being involved in football, I haven't seen a strong team like this.
"We have all it takes to challenge for trophies. I trust this team, but we've put no pressure on them."