Three months after parting ways with his club Ordabasy FK, South African midfield Maestro May Mahlangu has finally broken his silence over his next move.
The 32-year-old has been back in South Africa since parting ways with the Khazakstan-based outfit on June 30.
The Siya crew reported that Mahlangu could finally be set for a move to the Premier Soccer League, having been linked with a return to Mzansi for the last few years.
However, Mahlangu, whose career in Europe spans over 13 years, has hinted that there could be a return to Europe on the cards for him.
“I train at home, alone. I'm looking for a club that will appreciate me. Yes, I have [offers]. It's just that right now I'm not what I want to be,” Mahlangu told his former club Dinamo Bucharest on their official website.
Mahlangu was then quizzed on whether he would be open to returning to the Romanian outfit where he spent two years between 2016 and 2018.
“It's possible, why not? I would go back. Yes, I'd love to go back. Romania is such a warm country, as is its culture. My family also likes it very much. Dinamo is life, it's everything. I'm proud that I gave my all and I'm sorry about the problems on the team,” he added.
The club’s financial problems have been laid bare in the public sphere, however, that does not appear to deter the Secunda-born star.
“I love challenges, that's what football is about,” he concluded.
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