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Will Sekhukhune trigger Mohamme’s buyout clause? Here’s latest

The spell of Mamelodi Sundowns loanee Katlego Mohamme is set to expire in June at Sekhukhune United and Babina Noko hold a buyout clause, will they trigger it?

The 26-year-old was sent out on loan to the Limpopo outfit in January due to limited playing time at Sundowns. In four months, he has managed five appearances across all competitions at Sekhukhune under Lehlohonolo Seema.

Since signing for Sundowns in 2019 from AmaTuks, Mohamme has endured two loan spells. The current stint with Sekhukhune follows a season-long loan at Moroka Swallows in the 2021/22 campaign.

He was on the verge of terminating the contract with the Tshwane giants before they sent him out on loan to Sekhukhune with the deal offering him a potential permanent exit.


FARPost understands that Sekhukhune are highly likely to trigger the option to purchase Mohamme and keep him permanently.

The club is in the transformation plans of prioritising potential over established names. And Mohamme, who featured in last year’s COSAFA Cup squad, fits their vision for the future.

Will Sekhukhune trigger Mohamme's buyout clause? Here's latest
Katlego Mohamme and Kamohelo Mokotjo – Picture by Sekhukhune United

Soshanguve-born Mohamme began his development at SuperSport United, playing for their reserve team. He also had a loan stint with Portuguese club Sertanense before joining AmaTuks and eventually signing with Sundowns.


In the recent mid-season transfer window, Sekhukhune bolstered their squad with two young players – Namibian international defender Edmar Kamatuka and Lesotho international midfielder Teboho Letsema.

However, due to foreign player quota restrictions, Letsema was loaned out to Motsepe Foundation Championship side Orbit College FC. He is expected to return to Sekhukhune at the end of the season for the upcoming campaign.

Sekhukhune will likely have a mass exodus in June with the futures of some seasoned players remaining up in the air. This includes the likes of Sibusiso Vilakazi, Daniel Cardoso, and Edwin Gymah, among others.

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