...By Joseph Benjamin for TDPel Media.
A Mamelodi Sundowns defender is seeking a new team during the off-season as his chances of playing for the Tshwane giants are minimal.
Siyanda Msani, who spent the previous season on loan at Richards Bay FC and performed exceptionally well, will not be returning to the KwaZulu-Natal club, according to his agent Paul Mitchell.
Mitchell stated that they are currently searching for a club for Msani, both locally and internationally.
However, he acknowledged that it is possible for Msani to play for a local team, although it will not be Richards Bay FC.
Mamelodi Sundowns left-back Siyanda Msani joined Richards Bay FC on a season-long loan deal.
Andile Jali, on the other hand, is set to finally depart from Mamelodi Sundowns this week after spending months on the sidelines, as confirmed by his agent Mike Makaab.
Jali has been out of the picture since February due to an alleged altercation with a member of the Sundowns technical team.
It had been evident for some time that he would be leaving Sundowns, although his next destination remains unknown.
Makaab mentioned that the two parties are in the process of finalizing a mutual termination, and an official statement will be released by the club.
Jali has already been linked with several PSL clubs, such as Kaizer Chiefs, Stellenbosch FC, and AmaZulu, but his future destination will become clearer once his departure from Sundowns is official.