However, De Sa’s agent, Steve Kapeluschnik, dismissed the reports, saying the 52-year-old left the KwaZulu Natal club due to family reasons.
“His resignation has nothing to do with him being in contact with Safa (South African Football Association) or anyone over a coaching job. It's purely for family reasons‚” Kapeluschnik told Times Media .
Kapeluschnik avoided the question when asked if De Sa has ever been in contact with Safa over the Bafana coaching job.
“I'm not going to answer such kind of questions. The bottom line is that Roger's resignation is purely for family commitments,” he concluded.
The Bafana Bafana coaching position has been vacant since December 2016 following Safa's decision to sack Shakes Mashaba.