GladAfrica Championship sides Polokwane City and Cape Town Spurs are understood to be keen to bring in Milton Dlamini as their new coach.
According to a source, both clubs have made contact with the former Mbombela United and Free State Stars coach.
Struggling Spurs recently terminated the contract of Vladislav Heric following a delay in his recovery from Covid-19.
Contacted for comment, Dlamini could not confirm nor deny the claims.
"I don't know because it's the agents who handle these things you see," Dlamini tells KickOff.com.
"It only comes to me when they've agreed to everything. Ya so the business managers are the ones who are dealing with all negotiations. At this stage no team has contacted me directly."
Dlamini says he would welcome the opportunity to coach one of these teams with both hands.
"Of course I've been coaching in the NFD for 10 years now so ja I think that would be a good experience," he says.
"So ja you know, I would like to be involved in the game. When the right team comes, I will come back. Ja it's just a matter of time.
"Currently I'm just sitting at home trying to improve my knowledge of the game by reading and all that."