Highlands Park head coach Owen Da Gama says he will soon meet with the club's management to learn about his future.
Highlands have received an offer from TS Galaxy president Tim Sukazi for their PSL status, and according to Da Gama all that is left now is for the PSL to approve the sale.
Da Gama has been linked with a move to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzhivhandila and Kaizer Chiefs.
"No look, I've been informed that the club is being sold, so I'm going to have a meeting with management," Da Gama tells KickOff.com.
"I don't know, I'm sure as soon as it's been ratified. They told me they are just waiting for approval from the PSL.
"I was called [by TTM], and there are two other PSL teams that have contacted me, but there's nothing I can do because I'm still under contract with Highlands Park. So I will wait to see what happens."
Da Gama was asked if it was possible to see him in charge of Kaizer Chiefs next season should the Soweto club decide to make changes and part ways with Ernst Middendorp after a failed season.
"I don't know hey, anything is possible in football hey. Anything is possible in football, you can never know what will happen," he says.
"You never know in this game. It's all in God's hands. I put everything of mine in God's hands and see what happens."
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