Tottenham defender Bongani Khumalo is already looking at possible destinations this summer.
Bongani Khumalo's agent has told Sport24 in South Africa that his client is already 'looking at a number of options' ahead of his exit from Tottenham.
Khumalo, 28, impressed for South Africa at the 2010 World Cup, scoring against France before leaving Supersport United for Tottenham in January 2011.
Yet, over four years on from his move to North London, Khumalo has yet to even make his Premier League debut for Spurs, spending most of his time out on loan to Preston North End, Reading, PAOK, Doncaster Rovers and Colchester United.
Khumalo's contract at White Hart Lane will now expire later this month, with the centre back set to become a free agent ahead of the summer transfer window.
Of course, having not even played for Tottenham, it's clear that he won't be handed a new contract, and Khumalo will be free to leave and sign for another club.
South African-based website Sport24 spoke to Khumalo's agent Glyn Binkin about a possible return to the Premier Soccer League in South Africa - but he said that a return to his homeland isn't a possibility right now, but there are a 'number of options' being looked at by Khumalo, with clubs interested in signing him.
"He’s still on contract at Spurs until the 30th of June, and then he becomes a free agent," said Binkin. "We are looking at a number of options at the moment. He won’t be back in the PSL."