Cape Town - Moroka
Swallows are set to embark on a series of negotiations with players whose
contracts will expire within the next six to 12 months.
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That list of players
includes in-form striker Siyabonga Nomvethe, who is expected to extend his stay
at the club until after 2015.
Regardless of what
eventually happens with Nomvethe and some of his team-mates during the course
of the next few month, Swallows spokesman Sipho Xulu said it was far too early
to make any pronouncements on the matter.
"It is still
early to talk about what will happen to every player in the club, because that
is between the club and the players concerned," Xulu told goal.com.
I can confirm at the moment is that we are talking to all the players who are
nearing the end of the their contracts, not only Nomvethe.
because their situations are different, and once we are done with the players
concerned, then we will make necessary announcements, but for now let our
supporters calm down, because we are doing everything we can to make sure that
we keep our best players."
Xulu also indicated
that efforts would be made to bolster the squad during the transfer window but
again remained mum on the matter because some of the negotiations were still a
work in progress.
definitely sign new players. We have already started talking to those players,
and we will only reveal their names once everything is done," concluded