When does the contract expire? Players on the Chiefs and Pirates are free to sign pre-contract agreements.
Daniel Akpeyi, the goalkeeper for Kaizer Chiefs, is one of a number of players in the Premier Soccer League who will be able to sign pre-contract agreements with any club of their choice at the end of this month.
His Chiefs contract is slated to expire at the conclusion of the current season, in June, and the Nigerian shot-stopper will be eligible to sign a pre-contract agreement in January if he want to extend his stay with the club.
Amakhosi are rumored to have offered the Super Eagles goalie a new deal in the near future.
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Thabang Monare of the Orlando Pirates and Thamsanqa Gabuza of SuperSport United are among the players whose contracts are slated to expire in June and whose futures remain in doubt, according to the club's website.
The contracts of Colombian striker Leonardo Castro and Zambian striker Lazarous Kambole will also expire at the hands of the Chiefs in the near future.
Royal AM striker Victor Letsoalo is expected to join an unknown team in Gauteng next season, and he might possibly sign a pre-contract agreement with one of the PSL's big boys as early as next month, while Gabuza is expected to return to Durban.
"Victor Letsoalo is eager to relocate," a reliable source confirms.
"It's much more than simply money for him; he wants to realize his ambition of playing for one of the most prestigious clubs in the country.
"Next season, he will have the option to play in Johannesburg as a result of this.
Other players that could be lured away from Maritzburg United in lucrative agreements include the SuperSport United trio of Teboho Mokoena, Sipho Mbule, and Bongokuhle Hlongwane, who came from the same club.
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