Cape Town - Judas Moseamedi's agent has ended speculation that he will be leaving Mpumalanga Black Aces upon their relocation to Cape Town.
New owner John Comitis revealed the AmaZayoni will be relocating to the Mother City as of July, and with that news a host of players, including club captain Collins Mbesuma, refused to move with the club and asked to be released from their current contracts.
However, the South Africa international, who scored in their 3-2 COSAFA Cup final win against Botswana on Saturday, feels the move away from Mpumalanga under the new ambitious owners could be key to his development as Mbesuma, who kept him out of the side, departs the club.
"Yes, Judas will be moving to Cape Town with Black Aces, he hasn't received any other offers," his agent Mpho Motsoeneng told the Goal.com website.
"We recently concluded a Nike sponsorship deal for him and he is working hard to make the Olympics squad.
"He is also looking forward to the Cape Town move... a new environment. We hope and have no doubt that he will lead the Aces attack in the absence of Mbesuma."
The 22-year-old enjoyed somewhat of a breakthrough last season in the Absa Premiership, scoring six goals in 25 games as Aces fished fourth in the standings.