KickOff.com has been informed that Sibusiso Vilakazi is skating on thin ice at Mamelodi Sundowns with his future now under scrutiny following yet another difficult season.
Vilakazi has been gradually dropping down the pecking order at Chloorkop since the beginning of last season.
A mere three starts with a return of a single goal from his 21 appearances in the period stretching to the start of last season has left the 32-year-old unsettled about the irregularity of his game time load.
He has only played as a substitute twice this year featuring in the Nedbank Cup tie against Mathaithai and the dead rubber Champions League tie at Al Hilal.
‘Vila’ is said to be concerned about his lack of regular minutes despite his availability for selection and has been a subject of a possible departure in the next transfer window.
Kaizer Chiefs, Royal AM, AmaZulu, and SuperSport United have all been mentioned as options.
Chiefs were keen prior to his move to Sundowns in 2016 and have remained interested in him through the years and have maintained their interest.
He has admirers at Chiefs who feel he would still be suited to giving AmaKhosi at least two years of his efforts.
In his push for game time, Vila is keen to leave but matters relating to his package is what is being discussed.
He has spent six years at Sundowns winning the league five years in a row but worried about how much he has not played in recent times.