A former SA youth international has finally concluded a move in the PSL after turning down interest from Europe, the Siya crew has been informed.
Zama Rambuwane has been clubless since parting ways with SuperSport United at the end of the 2020/21 season.
The talented attacker has been linked with a move both locally and abroad although nothing materialized for Rambuwane, who also enjoyed a training stint with Sekhukhune United.
Now, the Siya crew has been informed that Rambuwane has put pen to paper with GladAfrica Championship side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, who are back in the league after purchasing the status of Royal AM.
The Alexandra-born attacker is also said to have had offers from France’s Ligue 2, however, the player’s representative Gerald Baloyi of Vodia Players Management informed the crew why the player opted to resurrect his once promising career in Mzansi.
“Three teams were chasing Zama Rambuwane’s signature. They were from Ligue 2 in France, Jwaneng Galaxy in Botswana and Tshakhuma. Although all three teams were serious about bringing him on board, it was Tshakhuma that convinced us most,” Baloyi told the Siya crew.
“Some teams even sent us proposals to look at, but we sat down with our client and discussed the offers on the table. He ultimately chose to stay in South Africa with TTM and we thank the Chairman of the club for giving Zama another opportunity,” he added.
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