After previously being on the radar of teams such as Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates, Thabo Mnyamane could be on his way out of SuperSport United following what could be perceived as his worst season since arriving at the club in 2016.
Last month, SuperSport CEO Stan Matthews confirmed that the attacker’s future hangs in the balance with his contract up for renewal.
While the player was previously eyed by the big three, the Vaal-born star has been restricted to just three Absa Premiership appearances for Kaitano Tembo’s side this season, scoring just one goal while failing to register an assist.
This is in stark comparison to Mnyamane’s debut season with Matsatsantsa, where he featured in 32 matches, scoring eight goals while registering seven assists for the Tshwane outfit after signing from the University of Pretoria.
The last two seasons have been Myamane’s worst ever, with injury as well as stiff competition from the likes of Aubrey Modiba, Bradley Grobler, Guily Manziba and Thamsanqa Gabuza, contributing to the North West University graduate’s decline this season.
It’s believed that the 27-year-old is frustrated with his lack of game-time, and it remains to be seen whether or not SuperSport will send the player out on or loan or sell him outright at the end of the 2019/20 season.