The 22-year-old has been on the 'want away trail' throughout pre-season, which has forced the club to give in to letting him go.
The youth international midfielder is still working on his fitness, after missing out on a chunk of pre-season owing to the pressure of wanting out.
"If there is interest in his services in the way the boy has been told by whosoever, that interest must come with an offer, because he is still under contract with us for another three years," Maritzburg boss Farook Kadodia tells KickOff.com
"So far only Bloemfontein Celtic have approached us with regards to taking him on loan but they haven't come back to us again.
"If an offer comes in for a permanent transfer or loan deal I will look into it because I don't want to keep an unhappy player.
"I think he is being ill-advised by certain people. This is why he has turned into this boy who doesn't want to stay at the club anymore, but the bottom line is that if these people advising him want him to leave the club they should know that he has a contract and so any interest might come with an offer to us. Simple as that!
"For now he will have to keep on trying to get his fitness right," Kadodia adds.
Maritzburg have not been hesitant in releasing players who other clubs are keen on, with Mor Diouf and Kurt Lentjies already sold and Prince Olomu, Diyo Sibisi and Calvin Sosibo released.