Right-back Ntuthuko Radebe says will consider a return to South Africa.
Posted: 17 June 2017 Time: 18:16
Right-back Ntuthuko Radebe says will consider a return to South Africa as he prepared to leave Belgian top-flight side Eupen.
The 22-year-old helped Eupen to promotion at the end of the 2015/16 season, but last year managed only 82 minutes for the club in the whole campaign.
He reveals he's leaving the club, and says the PSL is an option for him, though he does also have opportunities in Europe.
''I'm hoping to leave Eupen and I was thinking of coming back [to South Africa], but I still have offers in Europe, though as of now I haven't finalised anything,” Radebe tells KickOff.com.
''But I'll talk to them (Eupen) when I go back for pre-season. If I can get something tangible in South Africa, I wouldn't hesitate to come back. I have been away for seven seasons now.
“Eupen want to keep me but I'm uncertain now. I want to leave as I can't get much-needed playing time,” he added.
Radebe was given a scholarship to the Qatar-based Aspire Academy as a teenager and made the move to Eupen through a link-up between the club and the academy in 2012.