Absa Premiership

Mashumba off to Europe?

2015-06-29 15:30
Charlton Mashumba (Supplied)

Cape Town - Jomo Cosmos striker, Charlton Mashumba, is reportedly being courted by several European clubs, while Mamelodi Sundowns are also thought to be interested.

The forward was one of the National First Division's star performers last season, netting 17 goals in 28 appearances as Ezenkosi eventually earned their promotion back to the Premiership.

But Cosmos may have to contest the 2015/16 top-flight season without the Zimbabwe international, with his form having caught the eye of numerous clubs, including PSL rivals Sundowns.

However, Mashumba was thought to be keen on a move to Kaizer Chiefs, but having so far been overlooked by the Glamour Boys he may opt to instead depart South Africa entirely, with a shot at European football seemingly too good to turn down.

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