Marumo Gallants midfielder Miguel Timm has opened up his future, having recently held talks with a Gauteng club.
Timm's contract with Gallants is set to expire in June and his performances have already caught the eye of rival clubs, with a possibility of a move when his contract comes to an end.
The Siya crew recently reported of Sekhukhune United's interest in the player, and while he would not confirm, Timm opened up about being in talks with a Gauteng club, though nothing has been finalised at this stage.
"There was communication for a while with a Gauteng club. I have a decent line of communication with the club, from a while back. We spoke about things and possibilities, but it ended at that. There was no 'yes' and there was no 'no'. As it stands, I have not committed to anything. I am back with my club as we prepare for the second half of the season," Timm told the Siya crew.
The former Maritzburg United and Bidvest Wits player, who also had a spell in the USA in his career, has featured 19 times in all competitions for Gallants, playing a key role in their revival under head coach Dan Malesela.