Moruti to know his fate soon

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Youth international Mathews Moruti might finally be able to return to the playground as the Players' Status Committee (PSC) move close to make a ruling on his pending case that involves Premier league sides Extension Gunners and Uniao Flamengo.

The former Under-20 midfielder has not played a league game since the beginning of the season after making a switch from Santos to Gunners. It was later revealed that Santos refused to release the player's registration book to Gunners after he reportedly signed a three-year deal with the Lobatse club. Moruti was signed by Santos from Maletamotse in January 2012 and put some fine displays for the Gabane club until the end of last season when he attracted Gunners interest. The player's case was then taken to the PSC, but delays in resolving the matter saw Moruti being among a host of other players waiting on the sidelines as their cases were shelved.

A new PSC was ushered into office towards the end of the year and immediately dealt with some pending cases, but Moruti's case was left behind. The new chairperson of the PSC subcommittee on transfers Olsen Mantle told Mmegi Sport yesterday that they are about to dispose off Moruti's case and he will be able to return to Premier League action soon.

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