Ajax Cape Town have parted ways with the club's long-time serving goalkeeper, Andre Petim.
The crew previously reported that the keeper was set to be released as he failed to make an impression with Anssi Jaakkola and Brandon Petersen doing well for the club.
The 29-year-old keeper didn’t play a single game for the Urban Warriors this past season. He joined Ajax in 2004 until 2012, and was loaned out to Golden Arrows and Vasco Da Gama, where he made a comeback at the beginning of this past season.
Speaking to the crew, Petim revealed that it’s unlikely for him to stay at the club, and will be looking elsewhere to find a club.
“Yeah everything is going okay, but it doesn’t look like I’m staying at the cub. We had a brief chat with the club, coach and management, and we all agreed that I move on and look for a club elsewhere. My contract is coming to an end in June, and that means I will leave permanently. I hope to get a club, but my agent is working on that and hasn’t told me about anything so far."
“I will hear from my agent about possible options or moves and you’ll be the first one to know obviously. I’m just taking it easy for now you know,” said the Parow-born shot-stopper.
The crew will keep tabs on Petim's situation and revert back if there are any developments.