Ajax Cape Town look set to part ways with their captain Travis Graham
Posted: 18 July 2017 Time: 17:22
Ajax Cape Town captain Travis Graham has informed Kick Off.com that, under no circumstances, does he intend to “burn bridges” with the club as he is currently in talks over an exit.
The 24-year-old midfielder, who joined the Urban Warriors as a nine-year-old in 2002, has confirmed that he has not renewed his contract with the Parow-based club despite the one-year option left on his contract.
“I’m working closely with the club to find out the best way forward for both parties,” Graham tells Kick Off.com. “That said, I’m still being very professional about matters as I’m still contracted to the club.
“I’m coming to training as per normal. I have massive respect for the club and everyone here. The last thing I want to do is to burn bridges with them. Things will be done amicably.”
Graham was also tight-lipped about where he’ll move to further his career.
“My intentions are to move on but for now I’m not saying much,” Graham concludes.
Graham's departure would be a big blow for the Urban Warriors. He has been a key figure in the engine room, doing a great job as a box-to-box midfielder.
Graham, however, seems intent on furthering his career elsewhere and a move to Gauteng would certainly come as no surprise.