Orlando Pirates striker, Kermit Erasmus has not given up on the prospect of one day plying his trade in Europe once again.
The stocky built forward informed the Siya crew that he felt he was at the right age and point in his career to make a return to European football and, further stated that should the right kind of offer come, he would take the opportunity.
“I feel privileged to play for a big club like Orlando Pirates, this club is certainly as big as some club in Europe,” said the Bucs hitman.
“I feel I’m at the right age and point to make a move to Europe, however I won’t do it without the Chairman’s blessings and it will have to be the right deal for me to consider it,” he added.
In 14 league starts and 17 league appearances, Erasmus has netted seven times for the Buccaneers with five league goals and two in cup competitions.
The Port Elizabeth-born forward spent three seasons in Europe playing for Dutch Eredivisie side, Feyenoord then he spent two seasons at the club’s satellite side, Excelsior before returning to join SuperSport United.
At 24-years-old, Erasmus has amassed a total of 44 league and cup goals throughout his professional career at club level.