Kamohelo Mokotjo could be a line for a shocking re-visitation of his previous club FC Twente in the wake of being welcomed for an evaluation this week.
After one more three seasons in the Championship, he continue on to Major League Soccer side FC Cincinnati under an aspiring task drove by previous PEC Zwolle Sporting Director Gerard Nijkamp with Jaap Stam as lead trainer.
Be that as it may, things didn't go to design with the two dutchmen in the long run terminated while the South Africa global neglected to acquire an ordinary beginning compartment in the striving MLS side.
Be that as it may, in the wake of heading out in different directions from the club through common assent, the Dutch side's specialized chief Jan Streuer affirmed he's appearance in Enschede.
"Possibly it will be 100% and perhaps not," Streuer said, according to Tubantia. "We are in no rush since he has no agreement. We will investigate it tranquilly."
With Ramiz Zerrouki, Michal Sadilek and Wout Brama all including in a similar job as Mokojto, he conceded they're in no race to focus on a choice.
"We don't have the foggiest idea how they will proceed with a view to next prepare," he added. "That is not yet clear. Mokotjo is a decent player, and we will presently perceive how fit he is."
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