Harambee Stars winger Ayub Timbe is facing uncertain future at English Championship side Reading FC ahead of the league resumption.
Timbe joined Reading in January 2020 on a six months’ loan deal from Chinese side Beijing Renhe with his contract slated to elapse on June 30.
The player who has been involved in the club’s warm-up games as they gear to resume the league with Stoke City next week provided an assist in their last warm-up game against Portsmouth and it is believed the club is doing all they can to have his stay extended until the end of the season.
According to reports from Berkshire Live, the Kenyan international together with Garath McCleary and Matt Miazga face uncertain futures at the club for different reasons.
Just as Timbe, McCleary's and Miazga have their stay elapsing at the club on June 30. While McCleary has his contract running out, Miazga has been on loan from Chelsea and his parent club has the right to recall him if they feel he can play a part in their Premier League season.
The reports claim that Reading is holding talks with players who are out of contract and on loan and expect some announcements in the coming weeks about short-term deals being signed.