Monama spent the second half of last season on loan at AmaTuks, but he returned to his parent club at the end of his loan deal in July
By Ernest Makhaya
Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Raymond Monama will meet the club today (Tuesday) to discuss his future, Goal understands.
The former Black Leopards player couldn't secure a move away from Chloorkop before the closing of the Transfer Window last week Friday.
Monama may now have to wait until the next Transfer Window opens in January to get himself a new club, as he's still contracted to Sundowns until 2016.
However, the two parties - Monama and Sundowns - may decide to part ways at any given time for the 25-year-old diminutive midfielder to sign with a team of his choice before January.
Goal reported last month that several clubs were interested in signing Monama on a season-long loan from Sundowns, after he was deemed surplus to requirements by the technical team.
He was also excused from training with the rest of his teammates, after the club decided against registering him with the PSL last month.
Should Sundowns and Monama fail to reach an agreement in today's meeting, the player will then be forced to remain at Chloorkop at least until the beginning of next year and it remains to be seen if Pitso Mosimane will give him a chance to resurrect his career.