The nuggety midfielder has seen precious little game time since re-joining Pirates following a hugely successful loan-spell at AmaTuks during 2012/13.
Ngoma was a massive coup for the University outfit, who used the speedster well in their debut season in the PSL and achieved a top eight finish, much of which was down to Ngoma.
However the 2013/14 season saw far fewer appearances for the 24-year-old, who has struggled to impress coach Vladimir Vermezovic.
Tuks, however, could hand Ngoma a life-line and look set to table a formal offer as they aim to rekindle their partnership for the new season.
AmaTuks are facing some stiff competition from fellow PSL clubs though, with SuperSport United and even Kaizer Chiefs said to be keeping tabs on the situation, with United in particular making their interest known.
Ngoma is understood to be in favour of remaining in Gauteng, which could play into the hands of United, who could match what the player is earning at Pirates.
AmaTuks, meanwhile, could offer Ngoma a regular starting role and could be the tipping point, should the Sea Robbers be open to a move.