Cardoso, who is 33 years old, is one of a large number of players whose contracts with Kaizer Chiefs have lately not been renewed. Other players who decided to leave the club include Samir Nurkovic, Leonardo Castro, Lebogang Manyama, Lazarous Kambole, Daniel Akpeyi, Kearyn Baccus, and Dumisani Zumu, while the club has transfer-listed Anthony Akumu Agay.
After signing with the club in 2015, Cardoso remained a member of Amakhosi for the subsequent several years. During this time, the club did not win any trophies.
SABC Sport is now reporting that the parties involved have reached an agreement on a three-year deal for Cardoso to join Sekhukhune. An announcement regarding this matter is anticipated to take place within the next few days.
The club made the announcement on Tuesday that it had signed the following players: Thamsanqa Masiya, Lesego "Mish" Sebetlela, Trésor Tshibwabwa Yamba Yamba, Wonderboy Makhubu, and Badra Ali Sangaré.
It will be fascinating to learn when Cardoso might be able to join this new set of players from here on out.
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