The 36-year old Kekana have struggled for a game time since the previous season after making few appearances.
The player fell out of favour since the departure of Pitso Mosimane to Al Ahly.
Kekana has not made any appearances for the club this season.
According to Soccer Laduma Sundowns' technical team have told the player that he will not be part of the club's plans for the current season and if he stays he might not even be included in the club's match Day squad.
Both Sundowns co-coaches Rulani Mokoena and Manqoba Mngqithi have come clean in the media with claims that they cannot guarantee Kekana any game time.
The player made only 15 appearances for the club last season across all competitions and he came from the bench mostly.
Downs co-coach are believed to have told the player that his game time could be reduced further since the club made some new signings.
The player was then offered to Swallows FC on loan deal but he rejected the offer with claims that he will fight for his place at the club.
It remains to be seen whether the player will chose to leave the club with mutual consent before the transfer window closes on Tuesday.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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