African Champions, Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane has given the clearest indication that winger Khama Billiat could be on his way out of the club.

Khama Billiat is a Zimbabwean professional footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Premier Soccer League club Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa. He also plays for the Zimbabwe national team.

Billiat’s current contract with the Brazilians expires at the end of the season.

There appears to be an impasse in the negotiations of Billiat’s contract extension after Mosimane confirmed that his desire is to retain the player.

With George Lebese’s arrival from Kaizer Chiefs, Billiat may be considering his options with competition for a starting spot now set to be tougher.

Sundowns are prepared to sell their star striker Khama Billiat if any club meets their €2 million (R31,547,525) valuation of the player.

Billiat is believed to be the subject of interest for Egyptian sides, including Al-Ahly, and while Sundowns are keen to hold on to the player, they could be tempted to sell at the right price.

European sides, however, are unlikely to be willing to meet Sundowns’ valuation of one of their “CBD” trio.

Pitso Mosimane has made it clear that he will sale for the right price.

“Khama is on his last year and we are trying to renew his contract.

“But if he is not going to renew his contract we will continue. Sundowns is a very big team,” Mosimane said.

”If he renews, why not? We love him, he is a good player. But if he does not want to renew, what can we do?”

”Khama doesn’t finish all the games.

“Every year he misses eight, 10 games with injuries. We are prepared. We are two games away from the final of the Champions League and Khama has not played,” said Mosimane.

The Brazilians are also set to up the ante in their pursuit of SuperSport United striker Jeremy Brockie.

“We would like to get one more striker. You know the striker that I want. But it’s very difficult …” concluded Pitso.