Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siyabonga Nkosi has revealed he has no intention of renewing his contract with Amakhosi when it expires next month.
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The announcement comes as no surprise, with the 33-year-old struggling to establish himself in the first team this season and needing regular competitive football to lengthen his career.
Nkosi seems to already have another club lined up and said he will announce his destination in short order.
"In light of the all of the speculation around my future, I would like to announce that I am leaving Kaizer Chiefs next month," Nkosi wrote on his Facebook page.
"Kaizer Chiefs has been a huge part of my life and I have been honored to don their colors in both stints.
"The success achieved in my time at Naturena will always be something special to me and I am grateful for the opportunity.
"I will continue beyond this season and in the next couple of weeks I will make an announcement about my next destination.
"Ngiyabonga Khosi! SN10," he concluded.
The midfielder joins an increasingly long list of Chiefs employees seemingly heading for the exit door after this weekend's announcement that both Itumeleng Khune and Tefu Mashamaite would be leaving the club and coach Stuart Baxter seemingly uncertain about his future.