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Majoro has been training on his own, and Baxter said that he will not feature in any of the Chiefs' game this season

Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has finally broken his silence about want-away striker Lehlohonolo Majoro.

Baxter revealed to the club website that he never had a problem working with Majoro, but he admitted that the striker felt he needs to play more games.

"I did not have a problem to work with Majoro when he was here. Majoro came to a conclusion that he needed more game time than he got at the club.

"At the moment it throws us in limbo not knowing if Major is coming or going. The situation is now a right-off. We are not in bad terms with him," he said.

The former Bafana mentor also confirmed that Majoro, who has six months left on his contract with Chiefs, will not play any part in his team.

"As things stand, Majoro will not play for us and will have to find his next address," said Baxter.

Majoro made the headlines after rejecting a move to SuperSport United despite initially agreeing to join Matsatsantsa, and now he is believed to be on his way to Orlando Pirates. 

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