But the player has done so without the knowledge of his minders at the ASD Academy, who had organised him a contract at Lokeren in Belgium at the start of last season and were expected to find him a new home in the PSL.
Seedat spent the last campaign in Belgium, but after a year decided to return home to South Africa, citing homesickness and a lack of first-team opportunities at Lokeren.
He was a star for the Amajita side that took part in the 8-Nations Tournament earlier this year, which prompted a number of Premier League teams to take interest in him, including Ajax Cape Town.
The ASD Academy issued a statement to KickOff.com on Friday, saying that they were surprised by the latest development, but wished Seedat well.
"We had a trial lined up for Ebrahim at a PSL club, however upon his return from Amijita he was invited to Wits for a trial by the head coach [Antonio Habas]," the statement reads.
"This latest development has clearly been carried out with the involvement of a rogue agent, as Ebrahim's own agent [John Steptoe] was unaware of developments. That discrepancy aside, ASD Cape Town wishes Ebrahim all the best at his new club."
Bidvest Wits CEO Jose Ferreira was not available for comment.