Absa Premiership

Letsholonyane set to leave Matsatsantsa

2019-04-02 14:52
Reneilwe Letsholonyane (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Reneilwe Letsholonyane looks set to leave Supersport United at the end of the season when his contract expires, according to reports.

The veteran midfielder joined Matsatsantsa in 2016 but now looks set to depart the Tshwane club after he could not agree terms on a new contract that will expire in June.

Letsholonyane will be free to sign with any club with no compensation going to Superport.

A Supersport club official told Kickoff: "Yeye is not renewing his contract.

"He has done well for us. He is a true professional both on and off the field. We have never had any problem with him since he arrived here."

Supersport United's next game will only be on April 13, against Polokwane City, as their derby against Sundowns scheduled for this weekend was postponed because of Masandawana's CAF Champions League fixture.

 

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