Thabo Cele, a South African under-23 midfielder, has marked a one-year contract with RKS Radomiak in Poland's head division in the wake of being connected to Soweto heavyweights Kaizer Chiefs.
Maritzburg United, AmaZulu, and the Orlando Pirates have all been connected to the 24-year-old vintage, if honestly.
Cele's pass was shipped off Soccer Laduma by his representative Helio Martins, who endeavored to clarify why his player had turned down a transition to Naturena.
"The Kaizer Chiefs idea had arrived at a point where it could presently don't be reinforced.
"Therefore, the way of fate will currently take us through Europe. The player was convinced by Radomiak's enthusiasm and the participation's test.
"His most significant target today is to get called up to his country's public group (Bafana)," Martens proceeded.
Cele has spent his entire profession abroad, having moved on from the KwaZulu-Natal Academy in 2016 at 19 years old months.
He started his profession with Real SC in Portugal's third division, then, at that point, went to SL Benfica the next year prior to getting back to Real SC borrowed.
He joined Cova da Piedade in the Portuguese second division in 2018 and left in June of this current year.
At the current Tokyo Olympics in Japan, he was an individual from mentor David Notoane's public U23 group.
RKS Radomiak are right now positioned twelfth in the Ekstraklasa, the Polish first class for 18-year-olds.
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