Myeni parted ways with the Clever Boys and is currently a free agent. He is training with the players from his SAB League club Myeni XI.
“At the moment I am training. I have a team called Myeni XI, so I have been doing some training with the boys. I have been concentrating on that, building the young boys from the street. I am keeping fit,” the 30-year-old tells KickOff.com.
“There have been some teams that have shown an interest, but I won’t mention any names. The thing that has been holding back is the terms and conditions of the teams. Obviously I have been training and some of them have been in contact with my agent. They’ve brought offers and there’s been some discussions, but at the end of the day I have to make the best decision for me and my family.
“For me it’s not a rush situation. You take into consideration that the teams are doing well, but things might change in the next couple of weeks. I have been in this situation before and I know how to handle it. I don’t want to rush into anything because I have my [clearance] papers, so it’s not like I have to wait for the next transfer window. I can sign at any time.”