Manqana has long stopped training with Pirates and is actually back home in Durban as he awaits clarity on what will happen next following a disastrous stay at Pirates in which he made just a single substitute appearance since arriving from Golden Arrows in January.
KickOff.com has found out that AmaZulu want Manqana but preferably on a permanent transfer and not on loan.
"Pirates wanted to send Manqana out on loan but AmaZulu wanted a permanent transfer which is why the move has since been frozen. Manqana was supposed to have already started training with AmaZulu had both clubs reached an agreement but he will now wait for the Pirates chairman to give his matter attention before the window closes on Friday. In the meantime, Manqana is in Durban," says an informant.
With Manqana keen to get back to playing football he will be hoping to reach a settlement with Pirates over his contract and get his clearance.
His former club Golden Arrows are also understood to be interested in Manqana who remains on the club’s transfer list along with Dikgang Mabalane and Lizo Mjempu with Talatou Boubacar, Chiukepo Msowoya and Njabulo Ntusi having all reached agreement to terminate their contracts.