Having achieved just about all there is to win in the local game, the Zimbabwean was desperate to fulfil his dream of playing in Europe.
But that move failed to materialise despite the fact that Billiat was entering his last six months of his contract with Sundowns.
“Billiat is no longer my client. We terminated our relationship a few days ago. I don’t know who he is working with now,” Loyilane explained.
Asked if they parted ways because he failed to move Billiat in this window Loyilani agreed.
“Yes, that is the main reason why we decided to end our relationship, and I don’t know what to say more than that. “
Billiat has rediscovered his form and scored a scorcher for the Brazilians last weekend to help them beat Cape Town City for the first time.
The former Absa Premiership Footballer of the Year has also been linked with a potential move to either Kaizer Chiefs or Orlando Pirates.
Last year he represented Zimbabwe at the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon after participating in the Fifa Club World Cup with Sundowns in 2016.