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Matsatsantsa striker Kermit Erasmus tells Goal that he hasn’t decided on his next move, but confirms that he won’t be playing for SuperSport United in the new season

SuperSport United striker Kermit Erasmus has told Goal that he hasn’t finalized his next move, but he confirmed that he won’t be turning out for the 2013 Nedbank Cup runners-up in the new season.

Erasmus made his intensions to leave the Tshwane side known towards the end of last season, and although he featured in majority of Matsatsantsa games, the 22-year-old striker says he wants more game time.

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“I am not sure which team I will sign for, but it will be known in the next few weeks,” Erasmus told Goal.

Erasmus has heavily been linked with a move to neighbours Mamelodi Sundowns, but Kaizer Chiefs are also believed to be chasing his signature even though AmaKhosi have rubbished the reports.

However, Erasmus seems to be certain of his next destination after revealing that he will only sign with the team that will give him a chance to play on a regular basis.

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“I just want to play regularly and that is the reason why I am leaving SuperSport and I also want to grow as a player,” added Erasmus.

AmaKhosi have confirmed that they will bring in a new striker during this transfer window, and that striker could well be Kermit Erasmus.

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