The 27-year-old’s future has been the subject of speculation for a number of months now, with the out-of-favour striker struggling to break into Stuart Baxter’s first team, and his contract is set to expire in June.
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It has been previously reported by the Siya crew that the likes of SuperSport United, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns are all keeping a close eye on the forward, and Chiefs this week confirmed that he would not be signing a contract extension at the club.
However, it seems that Ea Lla Koto, who are struggling for goals this season, could make a surprise move to sign the forward, possibly on a six month loan until the end of the season.
SuperSport United’s director of football, Stan Matthews, confirmed to Soccer-Laduma that he was interested in the striker, although admitted that he would be willing to wait until the end of his contract in order to sign him for free.
Majoro, by law, is not allowed to openly discuss contract terms with any interested party until next month, unless the team first agrees terms with his current club, Kaizer Chiefs.
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The Siya crew will continue to monitor Majoro’s situation as he makes a decision as to where he wants to be playing his football next season.
By Joe Crann
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