With most of the DStv Premiership clubs playing their final matches of the season this weekend, Soccer Laduma looks at players who could be saying their goodbyes, in a list including the likes of Eva Nga and Zitha Kwinika.
Kwinika's long-term move to Kaizer Chiefs was confirmed by Stellenbosch FC head coach Steve Barker after the player was named the Western Cape-based side's player of the season earlier this week. Experienced Zambian midfielder Nathan Sinkala is also expected to leave Stellenbosch when his deal expires at the end of June.
The Siya crew has been informed that Nga is heading to Orlando Pirates, who are believed to have already offered a contract to the big Cameroonian striker. The player also hinted that he has offers from big clubs.
Both Buhle Mkhwanazi and Sipho Mbule are expected to leave SuperSport United when the season ends, the Siya crew has gathered. Mkhwanazi is not vaccinated and has gone against the policy at SuperSport, who confirmed to the Siya crew a couple of months ago that the player would not play for the club until his contract expires at the end of June.
Mbule, meanwhile, was suspended for the club and, as confirmed by SuperSport CEO Stan Matthews to the Siya crew, the midfielder is unlikely to feature again for the club this season. At the time, it was stated to the Siya crew that Mbule had not gone through any disciplinary hearings at the club, as both parties were looking for the ending of their relationship. SuperSport won't play their last match of the season this weekend, but the two players are believed to be heading out and won't feature again this season.
At Baroka FC, defender Denwin Farmer is believed to be heading out at the end of the season, with just a few weeks before his deal expires.
Swallows FC defender Tebogo Langerman, according to information received by the Siya crew, is to become a free agent.
It's believed striker Siphelele Mthembu is departing AmaZulu, who are interested in the services of Kaizer Chiefs attacker Dumisani Zuma, as gathered by the Siya crew.
At Mamelodi Sundowns, Sibusiso Vilakazi has been linked with an exit, though he is still contracted to the club.
Marumo Gallants midfielder Miguel Timm, who is a target for Sekhukhune United, will see his contract with the club expire in June. He could be playing his last league game for the side this weekend, but there is still a Nedbank Cup final against Sundowns to come.