The African midfielder of the Khuzestan Steel Team hopes to face a new offer from this team.
According to News i and quoted by Sport, Ayanda Patusi, the South African national team player, hopes to reach a permanent agreement at the Khuzestan Steel Club. The attacking midfielder is currently working with the Iranian club on a loan deal from Cape Town City and hopes to extend his contract.
Patusi has played four games in the Persian Gulf Premier League this season and has scored twice. In this regard, he said: "I enjoy my football, now I am in the team and I worked well with this team and I am happy.
The Persian Gulf Premier League has been suspended due to the outbreak of the corona virus, so that Foolad is still ranked sixth in the standings.
Patusi, who is currently in Cape Town, joined Iranian Steel on a six-month contract in January, having won two Iranian Premier League titles and is eager to stay in the second-largest country in the Middle East.
He added: "I hope they [Foolad] offer to buy me from Cape Town City. We are currently waiting for Corona to finish and the borders are open. I want to stay abroad. I love South African football, but I prefer to stay at the moment. Play outside.
Patosi is on loan for the third time in a row, having spent time with the Iranian club Esteghlal and Bani Yas in the UAE, and is currently playing for Foolad.