Out going Kaizer Chiefs Defender Eric Matho seems to have found new suitors according to Soccer League.
Eric Mathoho has been with Kaizer Chiefs for the past 12 years making him one of the Clubs longest serving players Eric Mathoho made waves due to his ability to score goals as a defender and winning crucial matches.
However recently the Kaizer Chiefs centre back has found life difficult under coach Arthur Zwane having failed to start even a single game this season while injuries have also contributed to his downfall.
It has been confirmed by various Media platforms that Ts Galaxy’s Given Msimango has signed for Kaizer Chiefs and will join st the end of the season with Kaizer Chiefs seeing him as the like for like replacement for Eric Mathoho.
Kaizer Chiefs defender Erick Mathoho is believed to have side. attracted interest from a couple of clubs in the topflight amid talk of an exit from Naturena at the end of the season.
Indications from sources are that TS Galaxy are considering a move for the former Bafana Bafana international, who is said to be on the verge of parting ways with Amakhosi when his contract expires at the end of June.
The lanky player is currently the second-longest-serving member of the current Chiefs squad, but this season has found himself completely on the.
The Siya crew has been informed that the Rockets are in the market for a central defender, with Given Msimango expected to go the other way.
It’s understood that Msimango has signed a four-year deal with the Naturena-based outfit, as reported by Soccer Laduma, in and in turn, Galaxy are looking at securing the services of a defender to strengthen the rear- door at Naturena. guard after a difficult campaign which sees them sitting just outside the Top Eight.
Mathoho, who is capped 34
times for the national team, is believed to be keen on seeing out his last few years on the field as a regular, although he is aware that is unlikely to be at Chiefs.
Having served the Glamour Boys with distinction for the past 11 years, after joining from Bloemfontein Celtic in 2012, he looks set to follow the likes of Bernard Parker and Daniel Cardoso two of the club’s longest-serving players, out the
The defender, who turned 33 last month, has featured just once for the Soweto giants this season.
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