The transfer season is already underway. There are several PSL transfer speculations and announcements circulating, including some from Kaizer Chiefs.
Stellenbosch FC have secured their place in the PSL for the foreseeable future.
After a difficult second season in the top division. Granwald Scott, Robyn Johannes, and Marc van Heerden of Stellenbosch FC have signed new contracts with the club.
Johannes is reportedly keen assist Stellies climb the league after finishing 14th last season and just avoiding relegation.
“It’s great to be back,” Johannes said on the club’s website on Wednesday. “I am looking forward to what is to come.”
It didn’t feel right not to be able to help near the conclusion of the previous season. That is, as they say, history, and I can assure you that we will tell a very different tale this season.”
The Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns are both interested in signing Golden Arrows’ defender.
Nkosinathi Sibisi of Golden Arrows is allegedly being pursued by the Orlando Pirates.
Sibisi has also been linked with a transfer to Mamelodi Sundowns, although it is thought that Pirates’ offer is better.
“Arrows are keen to sell now because of the offer Pirates tabled compared to what Sundowns have put in the past,” an insider told the Sowetan.
“Even though it is not clear how much they have put on the table, it is a good offer and Arrows are happy about it and will sell.”
The Kaizer Chiefs are still looking for new players.
Molefi Ntseki has suggested that the Soweto Giants would conduct more business in this transfer window.
Kaizer Chiefs have already signed goalkeeper Brandon Peterson, left-back Sifiso Hlanti, midfielder Phathutshedzo Nange, centre-back Njabulo Ngcobo, defender Sibusiso Mabiliso, and winger Kgaogelo Sekgota during this transfer window.
Kaizer Chiefs need to add firepower up front, according to Ntseki, who has already reinforced all other areas.
Ntseki is pleased the goalkeeping and defensive department has been strengthened he told the iDiski Times.
“We still need to concentrate on beefing up our firepower up front to guarantee that we have enough troops in all departments,” says the commander.
Chippa United’s Gavin Hunt willing to help wayward striker
Gavin Hunt has stated that he would consider giving Phakamani Mahlambi a chance to redeem himself at Chippa United.
lack of discipline has plagued Mahlambi’s career. Mahlambi has been unable to secure a spot in the Sundowns team, instead spending the previous several seasons on loan and destroying bridges.
Hunt stated that his skill was such that if Mahlambi met him halfway, he would be willing to assist.
“I liked him, but he has difficulties, I hear,” Hunt told reporters. Sure, we could sign him, but if he wants to, he’ll have to accept a wage reduction and be willing to prove himself again. His lifestyle has to improve, but I can assist him.”