Flames midfielder Robert Ng’ambi is undergoing trials with a Cypriot side Genclic Gucu T.S.K which plays in the Northern Cyprus Championship League.
Ng’ambi, whose South African club Platinum Stars was relegated to the National First Division (NFD) recently, said the trials are for two weeks.
He said: “Following the relegation of Platinum, the prospects of me remaining at the club appear slim.
“Platinum has been part of me. It is a team that I have served loyally for seven years and it was not an easy decision to make.
“But as I said, I am only here for trials and I also have offers from some South African teams. So, all I can say for now is that we will see how it goes.”
Ng’ambi, who turns 32 next month, has played in South Africa for the past 12 years.
In 2013, he was among the three nominees for the South Africa’s PSL Player of the Year Award which was won by Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune.
He joined Black Leopards in 2006 from Zimbabwean side Monomotapa FC.
Last year, he made a cut into the list of top five most valuable foreigners playing in South Africa’s Absa Premiership when he was valued at R9.5 million (about K532 million), according to Transfermarket.
Ng’ambi was then rated fourth. Topping the list was Zimbabwean Khama Billiat whose price tag was then at R24 million. He was followed by SuperSport United’s Jeremy Brockie while Ricardo Nascimento came third.