News reaching our desk is that Khanyisa Mayo could be available to any interested club come the end of the season.
The club chairman John Comitis confirmed that he was not ready to let go of the player in the summer transfer window because City needs to finish as high as possible in the top bracket. Mayo has been rumoured with an exit to Mamelodi Sundowns
Mayo suffered an injury against Supersport United on the third of January but before his injury he tabled 14 appearances, which involved a goal contribution of six, with four goals and two assists.
Other City players likely to leave include Mduduzi Mdantsane and Thabo Nodada. The duo has served the club well and will not be denied a move if interested clubs come forth with concrete offers.
Nodada has regained the form that saw him being linked with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, forming a good partnership with Brice Ambina and Thato Mokeke. At 27, his best is yet to come. A high price bid would have to be made in order for City to part ways given his current importance and role in the team. Nodada consistency is borne out in his stats, having made 16 appearances in all competitions thus far this season.
Mdantsane nearly left on a free in the last transfer window and as the likes of Kaizer Chiefs, AmaZulu and Orlando Pirates were lining up for his services. Mdantsane has featured 17 times this season in all competitions, is yet to score a goal and has only assisted once.