Lucas Radebe’s son, Ofentse, is training with PSL side, Mpumalanga Black Aces, as he seeks to make his first leap into professional football.
The young defender has been training with AmaZayoni for around a month now, and he says that it’s his dream to break into the professional ranks at the club in the near future.
Speaking to the club’s Facebook page, the centre back said, "It would be my dream and an honour to join Aces and to play on the "big stage”. Aces are very professional and have a high work rate and I've been warmly welcomed by everyone here."
Radebe, a former Bafana Bafana and Leeds United captain, is one of the most well-respected footballers of all time, and being his son will no doubt come with extreme pressure.
The Siya crew will monitor the defender’s progress over the coming weeks to see whether he will be offered a contract at the club or not.