Mathoho is the next goal for the Chiefs.
On July 1, Mathoho will start the final year of his current contract. It will likely be crucial for him to fight for a contract extension in order to stay at Naturena for the upcoming season.
The substantial compensation sum will have a significant impact on the decision to renew the contract of the 33-year-old lanky defender.
The Bafana Bafana international avoided termination despite a challenging end to the previous season since he still had one year left on his contract.
It was his final game in a Chiefs uniform when he faced Golden Arrows in March. He made a terrible error that led to Knox Mutizwa's game-winning goal.
The seasoned defender was hauled off the pitch at halftime of the remaining 10 games of the Stuart Baxter season and did not return. The defender was brought back after being seated on the bench by Arthur Zwane.
Despite his 258 appearances and 25 goals for Chiefs thus far, the team is still hopeful that Mathoho will have a new beginning and improved form in the upcoming season.
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