Cape Town - Zimbabwe international striker, Charlton
Mashumba, admits he leaves Jomo Cosmos with a heavy heart after helping the
club earn promotion to the Premiership.
Read: PSL promotion overwhelming - Sono
The forward was instrumental in Ezenkosi's successful
National First Division season, scoring 19 goals including two in the PSL
promotion-relegation playoffs, which they won after seeing-off Moroka Swallows
Head coach Jomo Sono confirmed earlier this week he expected
Mashumba to be plying his trade at another Premiership side or in Europe next
Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly leading
the race of local sides seeking his signature, while there is also reported
interest from clubs in France and Belgium.
"It is going to be sad that I will not be with the team
next season but for now I think I will have to sit down with Bra J [Sono] and
hear what is on offer," Mashumba told KickOff.
"However, I think it is sad that I will be leaving this
team because they gave me the exposure and opportunity to make a name.
"I would like to be overseas because that is every
players' dream to play in Europe but if things don't go well with that option
then I will be honoured to join any of the teams that finished in the top four
PSL teams last season."