Majoro ‘exclusively’ talking to Kaizer Chiefs over new deal

Majoro joined AmaKhosi from Usuthu in 2012, and he established himself as one of the best strikers in the PSL for his ability to score goals


By Ernest Makhaya

Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro is likely to stay in Naturena for many more seasons after his agent Tim Sukazi confirmed that the two parties are currently engaged in negotiations.

Majoro’s contract with Chiefs expires at the end of the current season, and despite seeing little game time this season, Sukazi is certain that the player will sign an extension with AmaKhosi.

“The club has shown interest in extending Majoro’s contract and the player is happy to stay at Chiefs,” Sukazi told Goal. “So, we have just started contract negotiations with Chiefs and it shouldn’t be complicated really, because the two parties are still happy,” he said.

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The 27-year-old Majoro is reportedly frustrated and unhappy at Kaizer Chiefs as he has been overlooked despite netting 11 goals for the club last season.

And he has been linked with a move away from the PSL champions, but Sukazi rubbished the reports, saying they are only in discussion with Chiefs. 

“There is no truth in that [that Majoro could move to another local club]. We are exclusively in discussion with Chiefs, and nobody else,” added Sukazi.

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