Bongani Zungu's future in France's Ligue 2 remains uncertain as his agent confirms talks are ongoing over a possible return to Ligue 1 or elsewhere in Europe.
Zungu, 27, declared his intentions to move on from the club who were relegated after the French League governing body cancelled the 2019/20 season with ten games remaining.
The decision was initially reversed by the French high-court upon appeal but the LFP rejected to reinstate Amiens and Toulouse for the 2020/21 campaign.
While Zungu saw a January deadline-day move to LaLiga side Real Mallorca fall through, this website understands that Racing Strasbourg and Scottish giants Rangers are amongst the club's who have enquired about his services.
But his agent Alexis Ramalingam has refused to reveal the clubs that have made contact for the Bafana Bafana midfielder who is said to be valued at €5-million (R98-million) by Amiens.
"The official position is that he only has one year left on his contract with Amiens," Ramalingam tells KickOff.com.
"So for now, they are going down to the second division, there is a big chance that Bongani will be leaving but we can't comment about any interested clubs until the move is done because every club asks for discretion.
"There's a big possibility that he leaves France this summer but we can't comment about any clubs for now in order to respect to the clubs we are in talks with.
"There's interest in Ligue 1 and in other parts of Europe but I just can't reveal where for now."