Some South Africa-based players are taking advantage of the off-season break to ponder options regarding their future.
Midfielder-cum-striker Robin Ngalande yesterday said that although he still has a year remaining at Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Bidvets Wits, he wants to opt out.
Ngalande has returned to Wits after a rather frustrating loan spell at Platinum Stars.
“I won’t be at Wits this coming season. There is something that my agent is currently working on and once I return to Johannesburg, we should decide on what’s best for us,” said Ngalande from his home in Dedza.
Striker Atusaye Nyondo said although he still has a year remaining on his contract at relegated University of Pretoria, he too is considering other options.
“I can’t say much at the moment, but let us wait and see how it goes,” he said.
Flames captain Limbikani Mzava, who is strongly linked with a possible move to giants Orlando Pirates, has said he is still weighing some options.
Although his former club Black Aces’ new owner John Commitis was quoted by The Sowetan last week as having said that the 22-year-old defender is joining Pirates, Mzava said there is still nothing concrete yet.
Apparently, Mzava yesterday also confirmed that there is interest from another PSL side Golden Arrows.
“I think I will only have a clear position after meeting my agent when I return to South Africa soon. Otherwise, there is nothing concrete yet,” he said.