Absa Premiership

Ralani on trial with Citizens - report

2017-11-23 12:17
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Cape Town - Former Helsingborgs IF midfielder Bradley Ralani has reportedly started training with Cape Town City with a view to earning a deal at the Premiership club.

The 30-year-old spent close to eight years playing in Sweden but recently returned to South Africa after it was clear he had no further future with the Reds.

Upon his return, it was confirmed that Ralani was assessing his options as he looked to extend his professional playing career in another country.

Soccer Laduma website claims the Kimberley-born star is on trial with the Citizens and a decision was likely to be reached in the near future whether to sign him.

Ralani could pen a contract in December as his deal in Sweden comes to an end in that month.

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