Zimbabwean midfielder Ronald Chitiyo has returned home after completing his trial at Ajax Cape Town. The talented player was hoping to land himself a PSL deal and launch his career in South Africa, although was unsuccessful in Cape Town.
Chitiyo has been instrumental for Monomotapa FC in the Zimbabwean Premier League and he was expected to continue his professional career in the PSL. Word reaching the Siya crew is that Chitiyo did well during his trial with the Urban Warriors, despite no being signed.
However, there is a big chance that Chitiyo could return to South Africa at the end of the current season, for a second trial at Ajax or at another of the PSL outfits. Chippa United’s new head coach, Wilfred Mugeyi, is believed to be a big fan of the player and could target the player during the off-season.
Chitiyo is hoping to emulate his countrymen, in Denver Mukamba, Roderick Mutuma and Simba Sithole, who were all successful in their search for PSL clubs. The three players were snapped up by Wits, Bloemfontein Celtic and SuperSport United during the January transfer window.