Cape Town - The case between Mamelodi Sundowns and Keagan Dolly over the player's reported R12m buy-out clause will only be heard on November 28.
Dolly and Sundowns were scheduled to meet on Monday, November 14 before the PSL's Dispute Resolution Chamber but the case was adjourned till the end of the month.
The dispute involves the winger's R12m buy-out clause. The Brazilians claim that the figure is a mistake in his contract that needs to be changed.
It was reported previously that Greek giants Olympiacos made a bid for the Bafana Bafana international after agreeing to pay the fee.
However, nothing transpired as the Pitso Mosimane-coached outfit did not respond before the last transfer window closed.
The 23-year-old has been a vital member of the 'Downs squad that has enjoyed success in all competitions in recent times. He is currently on international duty with Bafana Bafana, who face Mozambique on Tuesday.
It remains to be seen whether the contract dispute will affect the player at Chloorkop.
Dolly is expected to play when Masandawana face Kaizer Chiefs on November 19.