Lehlohonolo Majoro’s contract will expire in less than six months and Orlando Pirates are set to exercise the one-year extension on his contract.
‘Major’ joined The Buccaneers from arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs in a controversy-filled deal in 2014.
A Soccer Laduma source at the club told the Siya crew that Pirates has indicated that they will exercise the one-year option on Majoro’s contract, before looking to negotiate a new deal.
“For now, what will work is the one-year option. The club is going to exercise that one-year option which means that he will still be at the club until June 2017,” the source revealed
The former Kaizer Chiefs man has been used sparingly by Eric Tinkler this season, featuring in nine league fixtures mostly as a substitute.
“Then, if they have to negotiate the new contract, it will be later this year as his contract will be expiring next year," the source added.
With Majoro now fully fit and available for selection, he will look be looking to add to his one league goal that he netted in the 2-1 victory over Ajax Cape Town.
Does Lehlohonolo Majoro still add value to Orlando Pirates? How should the Buccaneers use Major?