“Rhoo” Radebe’s 20-year-old son, Lucas Jnr, will start his professional career in the United Kingdom.
The young attacker finally signed a deal with Vanarama National League North side (sixth tier), Farsley Celtic’s U23 team - weeks after training to impress the club.
The former Leeds United legend’s son is going to begin his Farsley career as soon as his International Transfer Certificate gets issued.
“We are delighted to secure the signing of Lucas Radebe Jnr. He has been training with our under 23 lads this week and has impressed us with his technical ability and his pace,” said coach Neil Ross to the club’s website.
Lucas Jnr makes a return to England since 2018. He previously tried his luck on trial at Leeds United last year.
“Lucas will be involved with the Under 23s as soon as his international clearance comes through. Our Under 23 squad is a group of very talented and hungry players working hard to progress the game. Although Lucas arrives with all the publicity he is certainly one of those players.”
“He has arrived from South Africa for the opportunity to develop in football, and a big thanks must go to chief, Lucas Radebe Snr, for bringing him down to Farsley Celtic,” Ross concluded.
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