Mamelodi Sundowns striker Kermit Erasmus is purportedly "troubled" at his absence of game time and may be lent back to his past club Cape Town City.
Erasmus hasn't satisfied hopes at Masandawana since they marked him in 2020, however to be fair wounds have had a major impact in his restricted appearances.
With Peter Shalulile possessing the number nine position, it has made it considerably harder for the 32-year-old Erasmus to find a spot in the main group line-up at Chloorkop.
As indicated by Phakaaathi, the Pretoria club is thinking about crediting the Port Elizabeth-conceived striker back to the Citizens.
SUNDOWNS TO LOAN KERMIT ERASMUS TO CAPE TOWN CITY?
"Mamelodi Sundowns are supposed to pursue a choice on Kermit Erasmus, who is perceived to at this point not be content with the club due to the absence of game time," Phakaaathi revealed.
"Erasmus could go out borrowed back to Cape Town City, who are right now battling to score objectives, as indicated by a source."
It is accepted that there are a few different clubs who have shown interest in the previous Stade Rennais forward, yet he's settling on the Citizens.
"The instance of Romeo (Erasmus) is for the most part straightforward. He needs to play and mentors can't promise him that," said a source.
"There are a couple of clubs who have shown interest in the 32-year-old, however his heart is in the Mother City."
Kermit Erasmus commending an objective at Cape Town City - Photo - Facebook - PSL News
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