JOHANNESBURG, July 20 – Mark Mayambela has rejoined Chippa United on a three-year deal, the Premier Soccer League side confirmed on Wednesday.
The deal was largely expected to be completed this week after Mayambela had expressed his desire to leave Ajax Cape Town.
“Chippa United is a home to Mark Mayambela and when there was an opportunity to bring him back to the club we did not hesitate,” Chippa owner Siviwe Mpengesi said in a statement.
“We are delighted to have him back in Port Elizabeth to finish what he started. Chippa United will give him a platform to fulfil the potential he showed in his early years in the PSL.
“The club has grown since Mark left and we have different objectives now. We have no doubt that he will add value to the growth of the brand, on and off the field.”
The arrival follows hot on the heels of the acquisition of Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Brighton Mhlongo on Tuesday.