According to sources, legendary Kaizer Chiefs defender Eric Mathoho is willing to remain with the Glamour Boys despite his lack of playing time.
‘Tower’ has played precisely ONE minute of action this season at Naturena. Arthur Zwane has chosen to start Zitha Kwinika, Edmilson Dove, and Siyabonga Ngezana ahead of himself in the defense.
Given that his deal with Chiefs expires at the conclusion of the season, the 33-year-old is free to negotiate a pre-contract with another club.
New rumors though say Mathoho is willing to give Chiefs first preference on his immediate future!
Additionally, a player for the Orlando Pirates breaks his silence on his uncertain future
According to SoccerLaduma, “Mathoho has instructed his camp to wait on Amakhosi before exploring viable options this month.”
According to informed sources of Siya, the soon-to-be 33-year-old has chosen to give the Glamour Boys first consideration before deciding his future.
The agent of former Kaizer Chiefs striker Njabulo Blom has revealed the harsh negotiations he endured with the club prior to Blom’s departure.
Blom’s agent Rob Moore took front stage as he publicly slammed the miserly Amakhosi management during talks.
Moore has now detailed Njabulo Blom’s departure from Amakhosi after completing a sensational transfer to MLS side St. Louis.
While Chiefs were willing to send their great player overseas IF the opportunity presented themselves. There were difficulties surrounding his wages IF his agency couldn’t secure him a club overseas before the end of the season.
Additionally, an Amakhosi player has been suspended for the AmaZulu match.
“There was reciprocity. The disagreement centered on the extra years, more time, and wage increase, according to the agent of the former Kaizer Chiefs player, as reported by IdiskiTimes.
“What I believed to be relevant to the market and what they were giving were two distinct things. That was the issue of the economic inequalities we had in August/September at the time.
“But Njabulo was always clear that he wanted to play abroad, and Chiefs were always clear that they would try to accommodate him if an opportunity presented itself abroad.”