City Part Ways With Majoro
Cape Town City Part Ways With Striker
Cape Town City have parted ways with one of their strikers just days before the January transfer window opens.
Lehlohonolo Majoro, who joined City from Orlando Pirates during the July/August transfer window in 2016, has seen his stay with the Mother City-based club come to an end despite having six months remaining on his contract.
The club confirmed the news on their official Twitter account. They stated, “Club Announcement: As one of the founding members Major will always have a special place at this club. He loved it like a family and over his time here he defined what it means to be a Cape Town City player.”
“Major was in the last few months of his contract so rather than hold him until May, we decided to support him to find a new club where he can extend his career a few more years and get more game time. We welcome his return after football in Cape Town, and for now we wish him well,” the club continued.
Indications are that the player’s camp have already begun their search for a new club for the 31-year-old striker and it remains to be seen where Majoro’s next destination will be.