Since joining the club from English outfit Brentford as a marquee marking in August, Mokotjo has instantly affected the Cincinnati crew.
In spite of the midfielder's quality, he was unable to keep his group from completing lower part of the Eastern meeting standings. Thus, the club concluded that an intense purge was required and headed out in different directions with no under 12 players in front of the new season.
With respect to Mokotjo, the 29-year-old has been named among an aggregate of 12 players who were ensured contracts for the 2021 season, implying that they are now under agreement for one year from now.
"Settling on end-of-year program choices is consistently a significant advance to take as we proceed with the way toward building a list that accommodates our playing theory," General Manager Gerard Nijkamp told the club's legitimate site.
"There are consistently troublesome choices to be made, and regularly, a shared farewell party between a player and a club ends up being the best choice for the two players.
"We have seen the potential in various players who have indicated their quality and how they can fit inside the club's playing style. We're additionally using our organization with TSG Hoffenheim to assess the open door with Franko Kovačević to check whether there is a fit inside our program following the 2021 pre-season," Nijkamp said.
Mokotjo joined the club as a free specialist after the US outfit utilized "focused on allotment cash" to bait the previous FC Twente chief to Ohio.
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