An Orlando Pirates striker, who is spending the 2018/19 season on loan elsewhere, will soon know his fate as the season nears an end.
Following his lack of game-time in his two years at Pirates, Ayanda Nkosi was loaned to Jomo Cosmos for the current campaign.
After an impressive start to his Ezenkosi career, the striker was disrupted by an injury last year, though he has since recovered and returned to fight for his place in Jomo Sono’s team.
According to sources, Cosmos may want to keep the 26-year-old player in their team on a permanent deal, depending on their decision and that of Pirates' at the end of the season.
Nkosi’s three-year deal he signed with Pirates on his arrival at the club from Free State Stars in 2016 will expire in June.
The decision lies with Bucs on whether they will extend the player’s deal, or if Cosmos will decide to keep him on a permanent basis at the end of his loan.