As one of the more experienced players in Mzansi's top-flight, Musa Bilankulu is expected to make a decision on his future.
Following the disappointing campaign with Golden Arrows due to lack of regular game-time, Bilankulu has parted ways with the KwaZulu-Natal club.
The Malamulele-born defender played only in the first two games of the season for Abafana Bes’thende and was not given another chance in coach Steve Komphela’s team.
Bilankulu was in his second spell with Arrows, having re-joined the club in 2016 after leaving Bloemfontein Celtic.
During his first stint with Arrows, the centre-back was with the club between 2005 to 2013. The 35-year-old, who has previously also played for Bidvest Wits in his professional career, is expected to make a decision about his future in the coming weeks.
While it has been suggested in some quarters of the fraternity that the experienced player, who recently got married, might consider hanging up his boots, he is yet to officially communicate his plans.
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