Cape Town have clarified the situation of Ayanda Patosi after the former player was spotted at the club.
Patosi is currently in the country for his offseason break.
The 29-year old currently trades his play in Iran for Foolad.
However his contract with the Iranian club is believed to be nearing an end.
The player was spotted training with CT City which sparked rumours of a return to the mother city based club.
Speaking to Kickoff Magazine CT City media officer Julian Bailey has clarified the player's situation.
"No, nothing is happening at the moment hey, every off-season in Iran he comes to Cape Town and has some training sessions with us when he's off," said Bailey.
Bailey added that the CEO of City is beefing up the squad but Patosi is still with the Iranian club as far as they know.
The player has been also linked with the likes of Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.
The former City player managed to make 29 appearances for Foolad last season across all competitions, where he scored a total of eight goals and assisted five.
Source: Kickoff Magazine
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