A Mamelodi Sundowns defender could form part of squad changes expected to take place at the club in January, or at the end of the season.
Due to a lack of game-time at Sundowns, Siyabonga Zulu is reportedly frustrated and is said to be keen on reviving his career elsewhere, according to sources.
Since joining Sundowns from Platinum Stars in January, Zulu has struggled to get a decent run of games under coach Pitso Mosimane.
The 25-year-old left back has moved down the pecking order since the arrival of Lyle Lakay in Chloorkop, who was signed from Cape Town City.
Having played only three games for Downs since joining the club, the former Orlando Pirates player could be added part of the next batch of players to be on their way out of the club, according to sources.
As reported in edition 1091 of Soccer Laduma, Zulu is said to be eyeing a move away from Chloorkop in the next transfer window in January in search of regular game-time elsewhere this season.
Zulu is yet to feature in any of the matchday squads for the Brazilians this season.