Majoro rejects Kaizer Chiefs, but still undecided about future

The Bafana striker has had a frustrating season at the Naturena club as Knowledge Musona and Kingston Nkhatha continue to play ahead of him


By Ernest Makhaya

Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro has decided against renewing his contract with the PSL champions when it comes to an end in June 2014.

The former AmaZulu forward has clearly not been happy for months following his limited game time under coach Stuart Baxter.

And despite being amongst the club’s top goalscorers last season, Majoro continues to play second fiddle to Kingston Nkhatha and first choice striker Knowledge Musona.

Majoro’s agent Tim Sukazi confirmed to Goal that the player will not renew his contract with AmaKhosi although he couldn’t confirm if there are any offers on the table for the 27-year-old player.

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“He will not renew his contract with Chiefs beyond 2014. So, it’s up to the club to sell him in January or let him leave as a free agent in July,” Sukazi told Goal.

“No one has approached us for Majoro’s services, because the transfer window only opens in January. So, we will only entertain offers next year and not now,” he added.

Majoro is linked to SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns, but Matsatsantsa could have an advantage over their neighbours as they are allowed to start signing players due to their Caf Confederations Cup involvement.

However, the two teams can still wait to sign the player at the end of the current season, as it may be too expensive to get him while still contracted to Chiefs.

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