The future of a key TS Galaxy player will be decided by the technical team in the near future, according to chairman Tim Sukazi.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Bevan Fransman will see his contract coming to an end in June and it's unclear at this stage if the rookies will hand the veteran a new deal ahead of the 2021/22 PSL campaign.
The 37-year-old signed a one-year deal when Galaxy bought the Premiership status of Highlands Park before the start of the current campaign.
"We are a new club, so our contracts are still new. I will hear from the technical team to brief me in due course," Sukazi tells the Siya crew.
Fransman has played 18 matches in all competitions for the Rockets, playing a key role in guiding the club's young captain Given Msimango.
Another player who will see his Galaxy contract coming to an end in June is former Chiefs and SuperSport United midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane.
Club chairman Tim Sukazi told the Siya crew that he would be open to giving Letsholonyane a job at the club the day he ends his career.
Story by @T_Mailwane