University of Pretoria are likely to reward their captain, Tebogo Monyai, for his years of loyalty by giving him a role on the club’s technical team.
While the 33-year-old apparently has no plans to retire just yet, the Siya crew have been informed that the club are already preparing an offer for him to take on a role at the club once his playing days come to an end.
As many clubs have done in the past, Tuks are looking to reward Monyai for his loyalty, just as Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns have done with the likes of Lefa Tsutsulupa and Michael Manzini.
Monyai is set to be handed a job within the club, however it remains to be seen which role he will be handed.
According to the source, Monyai is targeting another two years in the game before hanging up his boots, going on to say that he may be given the job of team manager or assistant coach.
The defender is highly regarded at the club and has already had a hand in the recruitment of some of their players.