SuperSport United look set to make a decision on the future of two players before the end of this month, with their contracts expiring in June, the Siya crew can reveal.
Both Aubrey Ngoma and Soumahoro Bangaly joined Matsatsantsa on loan during the January transfer window. Ngoma's contract with the Tshwane outfit has an option to renew, but that's not the case with Bangaly. Should SuperSport want to keep the big Ivorian, they would have to negotiate a new contract.
The Ivorian has featured just once this season and it's believed the club could decide against holding onto Bangaly.
It's understood SuperSport are considering an extension for Ngoma, who was signed ahead of Mamelodi Sundowns' Promise Mkhuma earlier in the year. SuperSport have confirmed, however, that they are still interested in Mkhuma and could bring him in before the start of next season.
According to club CEO Stan Matthews, a decision on the two players will be made before the end of May, after the final game of the season.
On Ngoma and Bangaly, Matthews said: "We have not made a decision yet. After the Pirates match," Matthews told the Siya crew.
Ngoma has made nine appearances for the club and Bangaly has featured once for the Tshwane side.
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