Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder, Luyolo Nomandela, has asked the club to loan him as he wishes to play regularly this season.
The former Free State Stars player spent the first half of the 2014/15 season struggling for game time at Sundowns.
“At the moment there is no specific team that I can say he is going to, but he really wants to move in January to go to a team where he can play and have game-time,” a source close to Sundowns revealed.
Nomandela’s agent, Tim Sukazi, confirmed to the Siya crew that the player is eyeing a move away from Chloorkop.
“Yes, as we speak now, the player has made a request to the team officials, maybe for a loan move. I will, however, be meeting with Sundowns to see how best we can solve this problem.
“It’s in the best interest of the player to have game-time. We all know that Nomandela is a quality player, but he is playing against other top players at Sundowns and it doesn’t help his career.
“Football is about playing and he has to play, so I will be engaging with Sundowns and I see no reason why Sundowns would refuse to give Nomandela the chance to play while at the same time preparing him for their first team. For now it seems he doesn’t get that at Sundowns,” said Sukazi.
Nomandela is in his first season with Sundowns, having joined the club before the start of the current PSL campaign.