Following weeks of training under the watchful eye of Jan Olde Riekerink and his technical team, a decision about the future of a midfielder is yet to be made.
As reported in the past months, Travis Graham, who was released from the books of Cape Town City after a short stint at the club, continued his rehabilitation after picking up an injury and once recovered, subsequently started training with the first team.
However, weeks later, Siya sources have revealed that the club is yet to make a decision about whether or not they want to offer the player a deal.
The source added that Head Coach Riekerink as been impressed with what he has seen from the 26-year-old, however, the club might be overloaded in the midfield.
After Mpho Makola’s six-month ban from football was overturned, City had no gaps to fill, as they currently have Roland Putsche, Thabo Nodada, Thato Mokeke, Makola, Zukile Kewuti and Shane Roberts all in the midfield position.
However, should the Dutch tactician insist, the Citizens could look to add Graham as extra cover, if he does not opt to look elsewhere for a regular shot at first team football.