Polokwane City coach, Boebie Solomons, has revealed that there are no contract talks yet regarding the future of his players.
As previously reported by the Siya crew, players like captain, Thapelo Tshilo, will see their contracts coming to an end in June this year, however, reports linked the player to Moroka Swallows.
On the other hand, on loan midfielder, Moffat Mdluli, is rumoured to be on his way out of SuperSport United, and has been tipped as a possible replacement for Michael Morton, who's joining United.
Speaking to the Siya crew, coach Boebie Solomons, revealed that the are no talks yet because that will distract his players from focusing on saving the club's PSL status.
"We haven't started with contract talks yet, we don't want to talk about who's leaving and staying. We know some of the players' contract's are coming to an end. We'll resume contract talks after the Sunday game, when we're sure of staying in the PSL. At the moment, we want to see the players fully concentrating on playing our last play-offs game against Black Leopards," said Solomons.
Rise and Shine lead the play-offs table by seven points and they only need a draw to secure their PSL stay on Sunday.