Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Kamohelo Mahlatsi, who remains without a club since parting ways with the Soweto gaints, is actively seeking a new home in the world of South African football.
Mahlatsi, aged 25, was brought to Kaizer Chiefs with high hopes of revitalizing the struggling Amakhosi, who have endured an eight-year trophy drought. However, he struggled to secure a spot in the starting lineup and spent much of his tenure watching from the stands.
A reliable source close to Mahlatsi has disclosed that the player is determined to put the past behind him and make a fresh start. The source, while refraining from disclosing specific club names, has confirmed that Mahlatsi has been engaged in discussions with potential suitors, with Moroka Swallows and SuperSport United being among the clubs in contact.
Mahlatsi’s disappointment with his time at Kaizer Chiefs is palpable, and the desire to return to the pitch burns brightly within him. He has been diligently training and eagerly awaits the opportunity to contribute to a new team. The source expressed their confidence in Mahlatsi’s abilities, stating, “I am sure wherever he goes, he will be a valuable asset to them.”
While the details of his potential move remain undisclosed for now, Mahlatsi’s determination to reignite his football career is undeniable. South African football enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the announcement of his next destination, as Mahlatsi aspires to once again make a mark in the sport he loves.