Sibisi spent the second half of last season on the bench following the arrival of Zimbabwean striker Cuthbert Malajila and appears to be not the preferred choice of Ernst Middendorp up-front.
KickOff.com has established that Maritzburg are also keen to listen to offers due to the fact that Sibisi is on a heavy wage package at the club.
“We are willing to listen to offers because I believe he can give us more than he gave us last season. He is not the preferred choice of the coach and, to be honest, I am not even looking for big bucks for him. I will be extremely reasonable with what I ask for his services. You always want a player on a package that he is on to be always playing,” Kadodia says.
Sibisi has himself already told KickOff.com he will welcome a move if the club feels they don’t need his services anymore.
He also speaks about his unwillingness to always be on the bench after being forced to sit on the bench last season when Malajila was delivering the goals for the club.
“You can never be happy about being on the bench. I am not prepared to sit on the bench all the time ... it is fine to be on the bench for a few games, but once you are on the bench for up to 10 games then there it shows they don’t have trust in you anymore.
“I know that I am someone who works hard and all I want is to be trusted by being given a chance to start games.
“Malajila is a good player who was scoring and making the team win and so if he will continue playing ahead of me like he did, then that means I must look elsewhere. Second half of the season I wasn’t playing regularly which was tough for me so if I get a move then it is fine,” says Sibisi.
The 30 year-old still has two years remaining on his contract.
“I am still under contract for another two years and would want to stay but if the club feels otherwise I have no choice. Even if I am to move it is important that I play wherever I go,” he adds.