Mamelodi Sundowns have ended their association with veteran midfielder Teko Modise.
The 34-year-old, who leaves Sundowns as a free agent after a one-year option on his contract was not renewed by the club, spent six-and-a-half years with the Brazilians following his arrival from Orlando Pirates.
He won PSL titles as well as the CAF Champions League and Super Cup with Pitso Mosimane’s side.
In a statement released by Sundowns, the club said it was “grateful to Teko for his many years of loyal service”.
The full statement reads:
“Mamelodi Sundowns has decided to release Teko Modise from his contractual obligations in order for him to negotiate a good contract for himself at this stage of his football career.
“Mamelodi Sundowns is grateful to Teko for his many years of loyal service to the Club and wishes him everything of the very best.
“Teko played an important part in the two PSL titles and the CAF Championship as well as the CAF Super Cup which Mamelodi Sundowns won during the past season.”