Ajax Cape Town forward, Alcardo van Graan, has joined the list of players at the club who have been told to look out for a new team.
Soccer-Laduma recently reported that the likes of Sander Westerveld and Keamogotse Wolff had been deemed surplus to requirements at Ikamva and had been informed that they had no future at the club.
Now Ajax CEO, George Comitis, has confirmed that Van Graan has also been instructed to look for a new side where he could possibly go on loan, or on a permanent deal if the price is right.
Van Graan, a product of Ajax’s youth set up, still has two and a half years left to run on his current contract, so he would command a transfer fee from any club that is keen on acquiring his services.
While the striker and Wolff have both been told to look for new clubs immediately, Westerveld has been told that he can sit out the remainder of the six months left on his current deal.