Following his return to South Africa from Europe, a former Kaizer Chiefs striker has landed himself a contract in the Absa Premiership.
Ryan Moon, who will turn 23 next month, spent time recently training with Hibernian in Scotland and Ujpest in Hungary, but has now penned himself a deal at home in Mzansi by signing for Stellenbosch FC as they look to bolster their ranks for their maiden top-flight campaign.
Moon left the Amakhosi at the end of June when his contract at Naturena expired, and has taken some time to make a decision on the next step in his career as he looks to get things back on track again in his young career.
Steve Barker will be delighted to have the young forward on board in the build-up to their crucial game against Maritzburg United this month, and the break for the MTN8 this weekend means the forward has around a week to get used to his new surroundings before potentially making his Stellies debut on August 25.
Moon will wear the number 29 at his new club after penning a two-year deal in the Western Cape today.