Black Leopards chairman, David Thidiela, is expected to make a decision on the future of Edgar Manaka.
It was revealed on the Soccer Laduma web and mobi-site that the midfielder could be joining Orlando Pirates next season.
The Siya crew revealed that the club agreed the player would be allowed to leave, if Leopards did not beat Polokwane City in their final play-off game that was played on Sunday.
Pirates have been looking to bring Manaka on board with sources close to the player saying that the deal is as good as done, depending on the results in the final game of the play-offs.
A number of other clubs including Mamelodi Sundowns, Polokwane City and Chippa United have shown interest in the player.
“The best person to talk to about Edgar at this stage is Thidiela himself. He has all the powers to decide which team he wants to sell the player to. The player is waiting for Thidiela’s decision. All the teams that have shown interest in the player are in contact with Thidiela. He has to accept or decline offers,” said the source.
Lidoda Duvha are expected to make a decision on the future of some other players in the squad of last season, as well as the technical team as the club will be preparing for another season in the NFD.