Ajax Cape Town boss John Comitis is in Amsterdam where he is interviewing candidates for the job of the head of youth development, as well as discussing Moeneeb Joseph's possible move to the Dutch giants.
"I am going to interview three coaches and I hope one of them will be joining Ajax Cape Town as the head of our junior academy," Mr Comitis told the club's website from Holland on Tuesday afternoon.
"I also will be discussing with the management of Ajax Amsterdam about our sponsorship and the way forward in the new season," he said.
Ajax Cape Town's star goalkeeper, Moeneeb Josephs, was in Amsterdam earlier in the season, where he trained with the Dutch team and made a huge impression on their technical staff, leading to talk of him signing for the Dutch giants.
Comitis confirmed that this move looks very much on the cards.
"While I am still in Holland, I am going to finalise Moeneeb's move to join Ajax Amsterdam next season," he said.
Josephs is set to join his former teammate Steven Pienaar at the Amsterdam club, who will be campaigning in the Champions League next season after winning the Dutch League.
Mr Comitis' trip comes at a time when Ajax Cape Town are set to finish in their best ever position on the Castle Premiership table since the club was formed five seasons ago.
Ajax's previous best finish was in their first ever campaign, the 1999/00 season, when they finished in fourth spot.
The Urban Warriors are trailing log leaders Kaizer Chiefs by seven points with four matches to go before the season comes to an end.
Comitis also made mention of his disappointment following Ajax's draw against Sundowns on Friday.
Sundowns' equaliser looked like it was clearly offside, and Comitis is upset that no mention has been made of this, even on a popular Monday night soccer programme on television, who showed the goal, but never bothered to show a replay, despite the fact that the goal seemed to be scored from an off-sides position.
Comitis did not want to make a comment on this matter, however, he was clearly upset at the incident which could end up costing the Urban Warriors the league title.