Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Rodney Ramagalela, has surfaced at University of Pretoria for training with the team under the watchful eye of coach Tlisane Motaung.
The 33-year-old has joined the Motsepe Foundation Championship outfit in their training on Monday to impress the technical team for a contract.
Ramagalela has been without a club, after his contract with Chippa United came to an end at the end of last season.
The former Black Leopards goal-poacher has spent many years in the Premier League, and he has established himself as one of the country’s finest strikers during that period.
With his vast experience as a footballer, Ramagalela believes he will be able to earn a contract before the season resumes from the international break.
“I’m here with Tuks, I’m training with them now, I started training yesterday (Monday),” Ramagalela confirmed to ThisIsFootball.Africa.
“You know when a player is returning from a long injury and all those things that were happening to me, I understand anyone would rather not take a chance on me. But I’m happy, and I will train with the team and see if they love what I will be doing.
“I need to be myself and do the best that I can to convince Tuks that I can do it. I’m hoping to hear from them soon. I’m happy they have reached out because it means they believe I’m the person who will help them, and I really appreciate that.”
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