Mamelodi Sundowns and Teko ‘The General’ Modise’s camp are currently in talks and negotiations about the player’s immediate future with the CAF Champions League winners.
As reported in recent times by Soccer Laduma, the 34-year-old midfielder’s existing contract is set to expire at the end of June this year, however, as confirmed by the player’s representative, Jazzman Mahlakgane, Modise has an added one-year option on his deal that is yet to be exercised by Masandawana.
However, the veteran midfielder’s camp has since informed the Siya crew that the two parties are currently locked in talks and negotiations about his immediate future at the club.
“We are still locked in talks with Sundowns,” was all Mahlakgane told Soccer Laduma.
Generally, all options need to be exercised by midnight on May 31.
Should Sundowns fail to exercise the option on the deadline time, he will be able to leave on a free come the end of June, this year.
Modise is not the only player with an added option. The likes of Siyanda Zwane and Asavela Mbekile’s immediate future at the club is also yet to be decided on.
“We (have) been dealing with contracts to be renewed. Some players have option clauses in their contracts which favour the club and we have exercised options on the contracts of players like Leo Castro and Wayne Arendse and we will be keeping them for the next year,” was the latest statement revealed by Head Coach, Pitso Mosimane, on Sundowns’ official website on May 23.