Kaizer Chiefs star is set to meet with the club to discuss his future.
Amakhosi are expected to make a decision on one of their players before the season ends.
The club is expected to meet with Siphelele Ntshangase to discuss his stay with the Naturena based outfit.
Ntshangase has been one of the players who struggled for a game time under the last 3 Chiefs coaches.
However the arrival of Gavin Hunt to Chiefs have saw the player making few appearances for the club this season.
The player was given a start on the club's previous game a against Richards Bay United where he was substituted at half time.
Despite lacking game time, Chiefs exercised the option on Ntshangase's contract by extending it to another year on June last year.
According to a source the player is now in the final months of his contract with the club and the contract this time has no options.
"When his option was exercised in June there was no added option, so for him to stay the club has to offer him a new contract," said the source.
The source added that Chiefs and Ntshangase are set to meet soon, but his future with the club remain uncertain.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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