Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Rhulani Mokwena reportedly rejects the club’s new contract offer.
According to Unplayable ZA, Rhulani Mokwena is in deadlock with the club over a new deal.
The two parties are not agreeing on the set up of the technical team heading to next season, with the coach wanting to make changes.
IN OTHER NEWS: Mokwena Reportedly Wants Mnqgithi Out
His changes are causing tension at the club, as some technical staff are uncertain about their futures at the club.
A few of the changes Mokwena is reportedly demanding are drastic changes to the technical team.
Manqoba Mnqgithi being replaced by Michael Loftman as his assistant and Kennedy Mokwena replacing Wendell Robinson as goalkeeper coach.
IN OTHER NEWS: Pirates Signs Former Sundowns Star
Furthermore, the standstill between the parties put the coach’s career at the club under a threat.
The club is linked with French coach Patrice Carteron.
As a replacement for Mokwena, should his deal fail.
The 36-year-old’s contract at Chlorkoop expires on the 30th of June 2024.
Meanwhile, preparations for next season are underway.
And several players are facing the axe at the club.
Gift Motupa and Lesedi Kapinga will follow Andile Jali, Bradley Ralani, and Hashim Domingo out of the club.
While Stellenbosch FC star attacker Junior Mendieta is the club’s first signing ahead of next season.