Absa Premiership

Ramagalela uncertain about his future

2016-06-24 18:15
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Rodney Ramagalela (Gallo Images)

Thohoyandou - Lamontville Golden Arrows striker Rodney Ramagalela said he is yet to be informed about his next move by his agent as his one year loan deal with Abafanabesthende is due to expire on June 30.

The 27-year-old pacey forward is still contracted to Mamelodi Sundowns and has admitted that he is expected to report back to Chloorkop on July 1. However, he is not certain if he will re-join the Brazilians or go back to KwaZulu-Natal for the 2016/17 Absa Premiership season.

Ramagalela has hinted that discussions between Arrows and Sundowns have to take place, if he is still going to be loaned out again next season, but is still in the dark with regards to that.

“As it was reported, my contract with Sundowns will expire next week on Thursday (30 June),” said Ramagalela.

“Meaning that I have to report back at Chloorkop on July 1 but if I have to go back to Arrows next season, a discussion between the two teams has to take place.

“But at the moment Sundowns and my representatives haven’t told me anything concerning that.

“Maybe it’s because I’m still on holidays, but I believe that when I go back to camp I will know what’s happening.”

Ramagalela also said that he is willing to settle anywhere in the PSL as long as he will get regular game time and he has no doubt that he would be a good asset to any team he might sign for.

“As a footballer, I wouldn’t mind to play anywhere in the PSL for next season.”

“As long as I get a regular game time wherever I go because all I want is to see myself on the pitch not on the bench.

“But to get some game time, it means I have to cement my place and I don’t doubt myself at all.

“I know that I’m capable of playing regularly.”

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