Kaizer Chiefs striker, David Zulu, could be among the players whose futures at the club might have to be reviewed at the end of the season.
The striker, who struggled to break into the starting line-up at Chiefs, was loaned to Chippa United in January. Zulu signed for Chiefs from Chippa in 2014 and made the move from the Eastern Cape to Gauteng in January 2015.
However, the former Black Leopards player failed to command regular game time under Steve Komphela at Chiefs. The 29-year-old was loaned back to Chippa in January.
Zulu has made six starts in 11 league games for Chippa, since his arrival in Port Elizabeth. He has scored one goal. Having reportedly cost Chiefs R4 million when he signed for the club, it is believed that the player could be affected by the changes expected to take place at the Amakhosi at the end of the season.
Levy Mokgothu, Morgan Gould and Siphelele Mthembu are some of the players expected to leave Chiefs at the end of the season.
Whether Chiefs will decide to loan Zulu again or try to sell him to another club as he is still contracted to them, is likely to be decided in due course.