KickOff.com can confirm that Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila have reached an agreement to sign Ivorian striker Mamadou Junior Karamoko on a deal running up to the end of the season.
According to his representative Michel Sinha, Karamoko’s deal will have an option of a further three years.
Karamoko will then become available for selection upon the issuing of his work permit, with the process of that application already in process.
The 26-year-old trained with Pretoria Callies prior to his signing by TTM, who just recently lost the services of Zambian forward Justin Shonga to Cape Town City following a brief stay at the club.
He arrives at TTM having previously played at Tunisian clubs US Monastir and Stade Gabesien, after which he had a spell with serial Guinea-Conakry champions Horoya AC. The last club he was attached to was San Pedro back in his homeland.
At TTM he will be hoping to alleviate the club’s scoring troubles, with those who have watched Karamoko play having spoken of him as having both bite and pace.
The Limpopo side's attack has been shy, with just seven goals scored in the opening 11 matches, leaving them with the worst scoring numbers along with basement club TS Galaxy.
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