The former AmaZulu marksman was released from his contract by Chiefs on Saturday, and Sukazi tells Goal that Majoro can now play for any team at anytime this season (choosing Bucs)
By Ernest Makhaya
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro can still be registered with the PSL even though the transfer window is closed.
There were fears among football fans that Majoro might not kick a ball until next season, as the registration of the players has since been closed, but his former agent Tim Sukazi says that's not the case.
"He's a free agent now and therefore can be registered and play for any PSL team at anytime. He's got his clearance," Sukazi told Goal just before Pirates confirmed that they will take him on.
Asked if Majoro will join his new teammates at Orlando Pirates now that he's a free agent, Sukazi said: "Only time will tell, but I am sure he wants to play as soon as possible."
Read our latest article here of how Majoro and Pirates confirmed their deal
The 27-year-old Majoro penned a pre-contract with the Buccaneers last month (January) after rejecting an offer from AmaKhosi late last year.
The Ladybrand-born forward made 13 appearances for AmaKhosi this season and scored four goals in all competitions.
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