According to Soccer laduma, Hungry Lions have shown interest in keeping Tshepo Mohlala for another season after they were able to avoid relegation.
The 22-year old joined the Glad Africa Championship side Hungry Lions at the beginning of the season from Kaizer Chiefs development team.
A case against Hungry Lions and Tshepo Mohlala was withdrawn by the relegated Premier Soccer League on Monday.
Jomo Cosmos claimed that the club did not give Tshepo Mohlala a clearance, which means he was not able to play for Hungry Lions.
The Premier Soccer League later discovered that Ezenkosi apparently submitted fraudulent documents and the player was loaned from Kaizer Chiefs Football Club.
Otsile Baitsomedi, who is the Hungry Lions communications manager, stated that they are indeed interested in the player.
The manager labeled the player as someone who is well disciplined.
It is not clear if they want him on a permanent deal or another one-year loan deal.
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