Lebohang “Cheeseboy” Mokoena is set to part ways with Ajax Cape Town after his one-year deal with the Cape Town-based club will expire at the end of June this year.
Ajax ended the 2016/17 Absa Premiership campaign in ninth place on the league standings, after suffering defeat to Baroka FC in their final league encounter on Saturday, May 27.
The Urban Warriors failed to hold on to their place in the top eight, which will subsequently see the Cape Town-based club miss out on participating in the MTN8 competition next season, for the second time in a row.
With news of Rivaldo Coetzee’s potential exit from the club drawing closer, Mokoena could also see his stay at Ikamva come to an end.
The 30-year-old winger joined up with the Urban Warriors on a free transfer last year, August, however, experienced an arguably disappointing spell with the Cape Town-based club.
The winger managed just six Absa Premiership appearances, under the mentorship of both former head coach, Roger de Sa and current coach, Stanley Menzo.
Indications are that the club will not be looking to extend the former Sundowns winger’s stay beyond the 2016/17 season, with the player now having to make a decision about the next step in his professional football career.