Already armed with his clearance from Sundowns, who transfer-listed him during the window period following a loan spell at Bloemfontein Celtic, Rammile is eligible to sign at any time as he is a free agent.
The left-back, who recently went AWOL from his trial at Supersport United, is currently clubless and is hoping to revive his once-blossoming career.
Before spending two days on trial at Matsatsantsa, he spent three months in Durban on an intensive training programme.
However, Rammile’s chances of being signed by the Urban Warriors appear slim, given the fact they have depth in their left-back and central defensive positions.
Bafana Bafana left-back Brett Evans is the current first-choice for Ajax Cape Town, with youngsters Aidan Jenniker and Brent Geyer waiting in the wings.
If Rammile was a right-back, he would have stood a superb chance of being signed by the Cape side as their only right-back Nazeer Allie, is currently injured, with Brazilian Eduardo Ferreira, a central defender, filling the position during his absence.