Cape Town City could be looking to make a few changes to their squad for the new season, although, up to six of their players have caught the attention of other clubs in the Absa Premiership.
According to Siya sources, should Maritzburg United hold on to their top-flight status by winning the relegation/promotion play-offs, the Team Of Choice will look to rebuild their squad, with the source adding that the club could be looking to hold on to the services of Judas Moseamedi and Allan Kateregga.
Moseamedi and Kateregga will see their loan stints with Maritzburg come to an end on June 30, where they are set to return to their parent club in the Mother City.
Indications are that the Team Of Choice could look to approach City in order to secure the players’ services beyond June 30.
On the other hand, Edmilson Dove, Taariq Fielies, Thamsanqa Mkhize and Craig Martin have all recently been linked with moves elsewhere.
Sources have revealed to the crew that Dove is currently being eyed by clubs in the Netherlands, Fielies is being tracked by Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, Mkhize has in the past been linked to Pirates and Martin has also been linked with both Pirates and Sundowns.
However, with all four players are key to McCarthy’s setup, it is expected that the club could be unwilling to let them leave in the July/August transfer window.
Although, it remains to be seen whether any interested suitors will make any offers for the aforementioned players in the coming weeks.