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Bafana-Bafana stars abroad: Mokotjo set for Twente, Patosi linked with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pir

The Dutch club demanded they are in no race to sign the previous SuperSport United first group and institute player, who is a free specialist

South Africa worldwide Kamohelo Mokotjo is set to get back to the Netherlands following a fruitless stretch in the USA.

The accomplished focal midfielder is a free specialist subsequent to heading out in different directions from FC Cincinnati last month upon the termination of his agreement with the Major Soccer League club.

Mokotjo showed up in the MLS - including 10 beginnings during his two-year spell with Cincinnati having joined the Orange and Blue from that point English Championship outfit Brentford in August 2020.

The 31-year-old has now drawn in interest from his previous club, FC Twente where he went through three years as one of the top focal midfielders in the Dutch Eredivisie prior to moving to Brentford in July 2017.

Dutch distribution Tubantia has now revealed that Mokotjo will begin preparing with Twente one week from now as he hopes to protect an agreement with the previous Dutch bosses.

"Perhaps it [fitness] will be 100%, and possibly not. We are in no rush since he has no agreement. We will investigate it smoothly," Twente specialized chief Jan Streuer told a similar distribution.Bafana Bafana close in on final hurdle to World Cup qua...

"That [whether they will re-sign him] is not yet clear. Mokotjo is a decent player, and we will presently perceive how fit he is."

Mokotjo's Bafana colleague, Ayanda Patosi could likewise be progressing soon as his agreement with his present club, Foolad FC is set to terminate toward the finish of June this year.

The assaulting midfielder has been connected with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates who are both purportedly checking his circumstance at the Iranian club.

Patosi, who was probably the best player in the PSL during his experience with Cape Town City somewhere in the range of 2017 and 2019, has conceded that he is available to playing for one of the two Soweto monsters.

"I have consistently had the fantasy about playing for perhaps the greatest group in South Africa, and assuming there is a chance of that occurrence I will profoundly think about that," Patosi told KickOff.

Patosi is one of Foolad's central participants having assumed a key part in assisting the group with winning the Hazfi Cup (Iranian Cup) without precedent for the club's set of experiences last season, however the Ahvaz-based outfit could before long lose him free of charge.

The 29-year-old is currently allowed to sign a pre-contract with a club of his decision and has scored three objectives from 10 matches in the Persian Gulf Pro League for Foolad this term.

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