Xulu, Bucs star get no deal guarantees

PSL Lockdown News

Siyanda Xulu and Wayne Sandilands are two more high-profile PSL players whose clubs cannot clarify their futures due to the country's lockdown.

Many players have been unable to negotiate new deals with their respective clubs since the coronavirus outbreak forced the suspension of the PSL and all club members were instructed to self-isolate.

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Sandilands at Orlando Pirates and Xulu at Maritzburg United join the likes of Kaizer Chiefs striker Leonardo Castro as players who could still either stay or leave their respective clubs for next season.

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Xulu's manager at the Team of Choice, Quinton Jettoo, confirms that negotiations over a new contract have been suspended.

"Xulu's contract with Maritzburg United is up in June but we are unable to meet to discuss it due to the lockdown" Jettoo tells KickOff.com.

Bucs official Floyd Mbele says his club office is closed and he cannot discuss players' contracts and movements.

"We are closed. What can we discuss when the offices are closed?" he says.

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Highlands Park trio Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Musa Nyatama and Tendai Ndoro also have no idea where they will be playing next season.

Nyatama joined Park in January on a short-term contract while over in Port Elizabeth Thabo Rakhale has not yet taken the new offer made to him at Chippa United.

Rakhale's manager Mandla Mthembu says there has not been any change in his client's situation due to the lockdown.

"There is no update, things still the same. We have to wait until the lockdown is over and then assess the situation," Mthembu adds.

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Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is also yet to sign a new contract with The Brazilians despite indicating his desire to stay.