Absa Premiership

Chapman to return to Clever Boys

2016-04-26 15:09
Ryan Chapman (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Football agent Mike Makaab has revealed that his client, Ryan Chapman, will return to Bidvest Wits next season.

Golden Arrows prematurely ended the loan deal for the 29-year-old striker recently after he failed to make an impact at the Premiership club.

During his loan at Arrows, Chapman scored two goals in five starts and nine appearances as a substitute.

The Capetonian will be training alone until the end of the campaign after struggling to find his feet, having also been sent on loan to SuperSport United last term.

"Ryan is still a Wits player and he has a year remaining on his contract with them so what will happen is that he will go back there in the new season. For now he is training alone," Makaab told KickOff.

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