Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Joris Delle is facing a bleak future at the club ahead of the opening of the mid-season transfer window.
According to FarPost, the French shot-stopper will know his fate in the coming days when Pirates are expected to announce changes to their current squad.
The 29-year-old joined the Sea Robbers at the start of the season as the club wanted to bolster their goalkeeping department.
However, things have not gone according to plan for the goalkeeper as he struggled in the matches he has played for the Soweto giants.
Delle played just three league matches for Pirates so far and conceded a whopping eight goals.
This includes four goals against Bidvest Wits in Bucs' 4-3 loss at Moses Mabhida Stadium on September 21.
He then conceded three more goals against Cape Town City; the match Pirates went on to draw 3-3.
Delle was then relegated to the bench as Wayne Sandilands returned to reclaim his No.1 jersey at Pirates.
New coach Josef Zinnbauer decided to include Delle in his 18-man squad against Black Leopards in Pirates' final game of 2019 two weeks ago.
Nonetheless, with Sandilands still holding the position ahead of both Delle and Siyabonga Mpontshane, Pirates are reported to be looking at adding another goalkeeper on their roster.
Richard Ofori of Maritzburg United as well as Zimbabwean goalkeeper Simbarashe Chinani are both reported to be on Pirates' radar for the second half of the season.