South African attacking midfielder Ayanda Patosi is training with a DStv Premiership club, hoping to secure a contract before the January transfer window closes on Tuesday night.
He returned to South Africa after cutting ties with the Iranian club Foolad FC.
The club is said to have terminated the 30-year-old’s contract after he was heavily slammed for unprofessionalism.
Patosi had reportedly not joined the team on time when they returned from the mid-season break.
Now, FARPost has learnt that the attacking midfielder started training with Cape Town City in the past few days to make an impression.
Patosi had a spell with the Citizens before his move abroad. He played for them between 2017 and 2019 before he joined Esteghlal FC on loan.
He made over 40 appearances and scored over 11 goals for the Cape Town-based side.
Meanwhile, during his stint with Foolad, Ayanda Patosi was deemed an important figure at the club.
In over 80 appearances that he amassed, he found the back of the net on 18 occasions and provided 10 assists.