Former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates midfielder Oupa Manyisa looks set to be back in the PSL sooner rather than later.
According to his representative Tshepo Mabona, Manyisa's PSL Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) case with Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila over outstanding monies is likely to be concluded in the coming days and the former Pirates skipper could be in the colours of a new club as early as next week. Mabona did not want to disclose the name of the club Manyisa is set to join.
"Oupa will have a club by next week. Now that we are where we are, by next week he should have a club," Mabona tells the Siya crew.
"Remember all this time we've had conversations with different people, but now the direction will be clear with what we can do with Oupa.
"I am confident that he will be playing football, possibly he will be playing a league match next weekend. I am confident about that."
Mabona said Manyisa has been keeping himself fit throughout this time.
"He has been training harder than ever. We've put him through a program. Obviously he is not match fit, but he has experience. You may not be match fit, but your experience should count for something.
"He should be able to give the club 50 minutes, based on where he currently is. Whoever signs Oupa now is not signing him for 50 minutes. They are signing a player who could help and play for 90 minutes."
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