Bloemfontein Celtic goalkeeper Thembalethu Moses is set to part ways with the club at the end of the season.
The experienced net minder has found game time hard to come by, with Patrick Tignyemb preferred in the starting line-up for the club so far this season. With Moses’ contract expiring in June this year, there have been question marks regarding his future in Mangaung and sources reveal that his days at the club are numbered.
Another source says that the club were keen to keep the Uitenhage-born goalkeeper for another season, but that the two parties were not agreeing on certain terms. Not too long ago, he was linked with a possible move to Polokwane City, as Boebie Solomons’ side is said to be in need of a reliable back-up for Modiri Marumo.
If Moses does eventually leave, it will give young Bongani Mpandle an opportunity to move up the pecking order of the goalkeepers at the club and possibly strongly challenge Tignyemb for a starting spot. The 31-year-old Moses has also previously played for Mamelodi Sundowns, AmaZulu and Santos.