Majoro has been the most talked about player in South African football in recent weeks after he turned down a big-money move to SuperSport United after reportedly signing a pre-contract with the Buccaneers.
While at first the talk of his move to Parktown was just rumours, his agent, Tim Sukazi, later revealed that the player would be moving to Pirates, and that the deal was done behind his back.
Now, Motaung has explained that he will be meeting with Chiefs’ bitter rivals this week in order to come to an agreement about the 27-year-old, who was at Orlando Stadium this Saturday.
Speaking at a press conference at Naturena, Motaung told the media, “I've had talks with Orlando Pirates regarding Majoro. We will meet this week with them.”
He also added, :We did not chase Majoro away from the Village, we gave him a special training programme.
"I saw Majoro on TV on Saturday attending Pirates game, maybe he has made his intentions known."
Meanwhile, Motaung also explained that the club won’t be registering Katlego Mphela for the CAF Champions League after they failed to secure his early release from Mamelodi Sundowns.
Chiefs recently announced that the former Bafana Bafana international had signed a pre-contract with the Amakhosi, but it seems that their wish to get him before July will not come true.
Motaung said, “We had talks with Sundowns regarding the early release of Mphela. We wont register him for CAF.”
Chiefs next PSL game will take place on Thursday evening when they look to extend their lead over Mphela’s current club, Sundowns.