Zimbabwean international Khama Billiat could be on his way out of Mamelodi Sundowns after talks over a new deal stalled according to reports in South Africa.
Billiat started for Sundowns in the MTN8 loss to Maritzburg United after a long injury lay off but could be on the brink of exiting the Pretoria based side.
The talented forward has been at Sundowns since 2013 when he joined the club from Ajax Cape Town.
According to a report in Sunday World , negotiations between Sundowns and Billiat’s representatives have stopped after the two parties failed to agree on terms for a new deal.
The two main issues are the players salary and his buyout clause. The development means Sundowns could be forced to cash in on Billiat now or risk losing him for free with his contract now set to enter its final season.
Sundowns head coach Mosimane admitted at the weekend that they needed to prepare themselves in case Billiat did leave
“We would like to get one up front, one more striker and prepare ourselves, maybe Khama leaves, by the way,” Mosimane is quoted saying by Kickoff.com
Sundowns are understood to be targeting Supersport United’s Jeremy Brockie as a replacement for Billiat should he decide to leave. Sundowns have already added another striker in George Lebese who joined from Kaizer Chiefs.