TS Galaxy have given an early indication they might not be ready to retain the services of Reneilwe Letsholonyane and Musa Nyatama next season.
Galaxy are set to play in the PSL next season after buying the status of Highlands Park.
The Rockets are set to be led by former Orlando Pirates captain Dan Malesela as their head coach, with Ashley Makhanya being brought in as his assistant and defender Thabo Nthethe set to take up a new role in the team.
Striker Rodney Ramagalela is also set to leave The Lions of the North when the club relocates to Mpumalanga, according to sources close to the club.
"Both Letsholonyane and Musa Nyatama are not going to be retained and Ramagalela's future is still to be decided," insiders confirm to KickOff.com.
Golden Boot winner Peter Shalulile and former South Africa under-23 midfielder Mothobi Mvala have already agreed to join Mamelodi Sundowns next season.
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Meanwhile, Galaxy boss Tim Sukazi has confirmed that his club's GladAfrica Championship status has been sold to Cape Town businessman Lunga Ncwana.
This website broke the news on Wednesday that Galaxy is set to relocate to Cape Town, moving the NFD franchise back to where it came from having originally been secured via Cape Town All Stars.