Kaizer Chiefs founder and chairman Dr Kaizer Motaung makes an offer to departing star Eric Mathoho.
Eric Mathoho ended his stay at Chiefs this past week, after spending 11 years at the club.
His final season at the club was full of injuries and lack of game time under coach Arthur Zwane.
Mathoho joined Chiefs back in July 2012 from Bloemfontein Celtic as a 22-year-old promising youngster.
And now he leaves the club as a legend, sentiments shared by the club’s founder, Dr Kaizer Motaung.
Motaung senior feels Mathoho is a part of Chiefs’ history and family while giving him a chance to return to the club while still looking for his next club.
He further went on to thank Tower for his professionalism as well as the work he has done over the years.
Mathoho’s departure is not the only one the club is expecting to happen.
There are a host of players who are facing uncertain times at the club and will likely leave this off-season.
The likes of Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana, Austin Dube, and Alexander Cole are likely to leave in the next coming weeks, to make way for expected new players.
Whether the club will have another squad overhaul remains to be seen.