It was attested recently that Kamohelo Mokotjo would leave Brentford FC in the English Championship having consumed three productive years there, disregarding the way that the club scarcely left behind progression to the Premier Division as of late. The huge change to Major League Soccer in the US appears to be unavoidable for one of South Africa's 2019 Africa Cup of Nations stars.
With a fresh start on the cards, the writers grasps the midfielder is set to hold serious talks with FC Cincinnati over an imaginable move of the start of the new MLS season, Mokotjo currently does not have a team, he is a free agent.
The 29-year-old is thought to have been amped up for remaining in the UK as he looks for after his EPL dream, although the change to the US comes phenomenal and gives Mokotjo the fresh start he would have required.
What's more he moved to Brentford in the wake of transforming into an effortlessly perceived name in the Netherlands, where he played for FC Twente and was a steady part for quite a while in the chief team. He was acknowledged to have been the Dutch side's record marking appearing in excess of multiple times for the team.
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