international is still training with the club to convince the technical team he still has what it takes to compete in the Brazilians’ colours.
Sundowns team manager, Harris Choeu, confirmed the meetings between Ndlovu, the club president and the technical team.
“The player is mapping out his future at the club with the club’s president. Whether Ndlovu’s contract will be extended will depend on the outcome of the meetings between them and other top management,” he said.
Ndlovu has not kicked a ball in the colours of the reigning league champions in the pre-season and the Confederations Cup because of the contractual hiccup.
The former Coventry City, Birmingham and Sheffield United star joined Mamelodi Sundowns in 2004 on a reported R3 million signing on fee after the Chloorkop giants beat rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates for his signature.
Local media reports have linked Ndlovu, reportedly the highest paid player in the South African premiership, to an assistant coaching position at the club-CAJ News.
In other news, months after being appointed Moroka Swallows coach, Zimbabwean Ian Gorowa has rescued clubless countryman Edzai Kasinauyo, by offering him a two-year contract.
Kasinauyo is one of the five Zimbabwe players rendered destitute after Mvela Golden League side FC AK went bust. The players, Kasinauyo, Elasto Lungu, Engelbert Dinha, Charles Yohane and Pernell McKop joined the team last year, before it collapsed in last December. – CAJ News
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