Keita Wants PSL Stay
08 February 2013
Former Golden Arrows midfielder Souleymane Keita is keen to continue his professional career in the PSL. The Malian recently parted ways with the KwaZulu-Natal side due to a lack of game time, however he is wanting to stay on in the country.
Keita arrived in South Africa at the beginning of the season after Arrows’ former coach, Muhsin Ertugral, roped him into the club’s ranks. The highly-rated player was previously with Sivasspor in the Turkish Super League.
Keita is a talented player that can undoubtedly add value to a number of sides in the the league. However, the player’s first season in the PSL was unsuccessful owing to a terrible knee injury that needed to be operated on.
The player’s representative, Prosport International’s Alban Newman, confirmed the player’s willingness to remain in the PSL. “Keita is one of our clients. He has been released from his contract at Golden Arrows. We are busy looking for opportunities for him,” said Newman.
Wits are monitoring the player’s situation with interest as Keita looks for a second opportunity to take the PSL by storm.