Kamohelo Mokotjo could be a line for a sensational return to his former club FC Twente after being invited for an assessment this week.
The 30-year-old spent three seasons with the Eredivisie outfit where he was an ever-present figure, racking up 105 appearances before moving to England with Brentford.
After another three seasons in the Championship, he move on to Major League Soccer side FC Cincinnati under an ambitious project led by former PEC Zwolle Sporting Director Gerard Nijkamp with Jaap Stam as head coach.
However, things didn’t go to plan with both dutchmen eventually sacked while the South Africa international failed to earn a regular starting berth in the struggling MLS side.
But after parting ways with the club via mutual consent, the Dutch side’s technical director Jan Streuer confirmed he’s arrival in Enschede.
“Maybe it will be one hundred percent and maybe not,” Streuer said, as per Tubantia. “We are in no rush because he has no contract. We’re going to take a look at it calmly.”
With Ramiz Zerrouki, Michal Sadilek and Wout Brama all featuring in the same role as Mokojto, he admitted they’re in no rush to commit to a decision.
“We don’t know how they will continue with a view to next season,” he added. “That remains to be seen. Mokotjo is a good player, and we will now see how fit he is.”