Goodman Mosele of Orlando Pirates Photo: Gavin Barker/BackpagePix
Goodman Mosele of Orlando Pirates Photo: Gavin Barker/BackpagePix
The wrap of the latest PSL transfer rumours feature Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates and the moves of Sundowns as well.
Here we wrap all the latest PSL transfer rumours on the pages of TheSouthAfrican.com and elsewhere.
The farcical circumastances surrounding Puso Dithejane are unbelievable.
He has moved from Kaizer Chiefs to TS Glalaxy but what happened?
Chippa United reportedly want to make an Orlando Pirates star a Chilli Boy.
That aftr a strong start to a loan spell for Goodman Mosele.
“It’s a loan deal and he will be going back to Pirates at the end of the season. He is still in the plans at Pirates,” a source told Soccer Laduma.
Stellenbosch FC have announced contract extensions for three midfield stars,
Jayden Adams, Devin Titus and Kyle Jurgens have signed new deals.
“Firstly, I want to thank the coaches and management because without their support this wouldn’t have happened,” Titus told Stellenbosch FC media according to iDiski Times.
“I have been with Stellenbosch FC since the beginning of my career with the club’s DDC team so it’s an exciting prospect for me to extend my stay, and with this new deal, I hope to be here for a long time.
“I’m very excited for the future and I hope that I will be able to continue helping the team compete for silverware in the coming seasons.”
Cape Town Spurs have added a much-needed boost to their troubled goalkeeping department that has been leaking goals so far this season.
Spurs announced the arrival of former Mpumalanga Black Aces ‘keeper Thembalethu Moses.
Earlier this year, some talk suggested that Chiefs were apparently set to table an offer for AmaZulu midfielder Siphesihle Maduna, but it ultimately never materialised at the time.
With the window set to open in January Chiefs are reportedly about to swoop.
Khuliso Mudau has been linked with a move to Burnley in the EPL but Mamelodi Sundowns boss Rulani Mokwena prefers to say hands off.
The astute manager says there are no concrete offers for the talented right-back and states that he cannot entertain rumours.
A surprsing rumour suggests that Amazulu and Kaizer Chiefs might put recent animosity behind them.
The clubs are reportedly planning a swap deal in January.
Cape Town City coach Eric Tinkler has warned Khanyiso Mayo against distraction.
“You can’t worry about that [transfer speculation], Mayo needs to worry about what he is doing now,” Tinkler told iDiski Times.
“Opportunities come off the back of scoring goals, winning competitions and winning cups, winning leagues.
“It’s not one performance that is going to get you the move, it is going to be many performances. Mayo still has a lot of work that he needs to do in his game, to really reach the level that I think of the higher standards.”
Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United are set to battle it out for the signature of a promising goalkeeper.
A Lesotho international is reportedly attracting interest from the PSL.
Orlando Pirates have the potential to make some huge money in the January transfer window.
Will they sell at the right time and learn from the mistakes of Kaizer Chiefs?
Kaizer Chiefs are on the lookout for new attackers, and they could be about to make a move for the brother of a club legend.
Find out more about the potential signing.
Moroka Swallows captain Tlakusani Mthethwa could be on Mamelodi Sundowns’ wanted list.
He has remained mum on the links but recently spoke to Soccer Laduma.
Kaizer Chiefs and Richards Bay could be doing quite a bit of business with one another in January.
Find out more about a potential triple deal.
Kaizer Chiefs have made contact with one of the most promising attackers in the PSL.
This means they are serious about bringing him to Naturena.
Kaizer Chiefs may start to play samba football soon.
Alexandre Gallo could land at the OR Tambo in the coming days.
One of Kaizer Chiefs most experienced players, a DStv Premiership and club veteran, has attracted interest from two PSL sides.
He is being pursued by multiple clubs.
Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly interested in signing Walter Bwalya, and that’s bad news for Jasond Gonzalez.
It seems Gonzalez could be headed for the exit already.
Mamelodi Sundowns defender Khuliso Mudau finally opens up about links with a European club following reports that Burnley are interested.
The South African reported that the English Premier League side is monitoring Mudau after impressing at Sundowns.
After experiencing the first dip under Brandon Truter, Sekhukhune United have appointed Lehlohonolo Seema.
Will the coach turn things around?
Amakhosi management want the new Kaizer Chiefs head coach to be the long-term solution.
Hence, plans to offer him a five-year deal.
Kaizer Chiefs search has taken them to Musona.
The Zimbabwean attacker is one of their latest transfer targets.
An experienced European striker could find himself in the PSL.
He has been linked with clubs in the South African top flight.
Mamelodi Sundowns are reportedly interested in signing Cape Town City striker Khanyisa Mayo.
Mayo has been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs but Downs are looking to hijack the move.
Orlando Pirates could soon say good-bye to two first team stars!
Star Bucs duo of Monnapule Saleng and Relebohile Mofokeng are both reportedly wanted in Europe.
Kaizer Chiefs will have to fend off interest from some of the continents biggest teams if they wish to land one of their key targets.
According to reports, the Amakhosi have identified Richards Bay goalkeeper Salim Magoola as a potential Itumeleng Khune replacement.
Orlando Pirates are set to take a big decision on the future of Nigerian defender Olisa Ndah.
The 25-year-old seems to have overcome his injury issues and is back in form for Jose Riveiro’s side.
With Sekhukhune United’s Vusumzi Mncube attracting interest, the player’s present employers are open to listen to offers, albeit he will not be a cheap buy according to Soccer Laduma.
The midfielder joined Babina Noko on a three-year agreement from JDR Stars in 2021.
He has been a mainstay for the squad, making 49 league appearances in his first two seasons.
AmaZulu FC are said ot be the latest club to be interested in his services.
A fresh Kaizer Chiefs signing already seems to have been frozen out at Naturena.
What’s happening at this club?
Why do Kaizer Chiefs have a goalkeeping crisis.
The club has several on their books but appears unhappy with them all.
According to a Kickoff report, Chiefs have set a deadline to appoint a new coach.
They want a full-time trainer installed before the January transfer window.
“The club has realised their mistake of appointing average coaches lately, and also that some of their signings are lacking quality,” a source told KickOff.
“The management is currently still negotiating with some candidates; they are looking to appoint a quality coach who will be with the team for five years at least so that he can have ample time to develop the current team. They are looking outside the country.
“The plan is to have the new coach by January 2024, they regret their decision not to allow Tunisian-born coach Nasreddine Nabi to bring his own technical team.
“The club wouldn’t be in this mess right now if Nabi was allowed to work with a technical team of his choice. But it’s a good thing that they now realise their mistakes.
“The new coach will come from outside South Africa as they are looking for quality, and they are currently assessing a few coaches from abroad.
“The plan is to have the new coach by January so that he can have enough time to work with the squad during the AFCON break.
“The club is aware that some players at Chiefs are getting a lot of money, but they are not adding anything to the team.
“The club is looking into new ways of involving their former players more in scouting players, but it’s going to be only former players who are qualified in coaching.
“They are planning to set up satellite development academies and not only depend on their current developments sides because not every child will be able to attend training in Naturena.
“There are a lot of good youngsters from the villages who the club’s legends feel they can recommend and groom for the club.
“The satellite coaches will work closely with the new coach.
“Another thing the legends raised with the club is that at the moment there is no special player at Kaizer Chiefs. Someone who can carry the team on the pitch.”
Amakhosi are believed to be rounding on two goalkeepers to sign in January or July.
The players both have PSL experience.
A Ugandan star might be in Kaizer Chiefs colours soon.
The player is the latest to be linked to a Naturena move.
Former Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder Kamohelo Mahlatsi is moving on from his failure at Naturena.
He is rumoured to have turned up at Swallows.
After a poor start to the season Kaizer Chiefs are expected to spend in January.
We have the inside track on two key targets.
Chippa United have been hit with a transfer ban by football world governing body FIFA.
The Chilli Boys were sanctioned following a dispute with former player Abdi Banda.
Orlando Pirates rising star Relebohile Mofokeng has reportedly been invited for another trial in Europe.
The 19-year-old starlet recently jetted out to English Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers for a trial.
Pitso Mosimane is open to joining Kaizer Chiefs and they need a new coach.
Here’s a reminder of what he said.
Itumeleng Khune and Kaizer Chiefs are not on the same page.
The club appear keen to project the image of a club legend setting up to retire but the man himself has thrown a spanner in the works.
Former Orlando Pirates captain Lehlohonolo Seema has reportedly resigned as head coach of Polokwane City.
This despite City’s good start to the campaign but reports suggest Seema could be on his way to Sekhukhune United.
Kaizer Chiefs have revealed their latest transfer target.
They have renewed interest in this international striker having been linked with him before.
Siyabonga Ngezana’s Romanian team could sign another Kaizer Chiefs player.
It’s also a newcomer to Naturena.
Cape Town City chairman John Comitis shared an update on Kaizer Chiefs outcast Khama Billiat, saying he is not training with his side.
Billiat left Chiefs just before the start of the current season and has been linked with moves to various continents.
Khanyiso Mayo is a priority target for Kaizer Chiefs but he will not come cheap.
City have made it clear what they value Mayo at and won’t be shaken down.
A very well-known Chiefs star is unhappy at Naturena and he has requested to LEAVE in January.
We could be seeing the last of this fan-favourite.
Former Chiefs defender Thomas Sweswe says Khama Billiat made the right decision to leave the Soweto giants before the start of the current season.
Since leaving Amakhosi, Billiat has struggled to find a new club.
Another player from Chiefs has requested a Naturena exit.
He has requested that Amakhosi management allow him to transfer to another team as soon as possible.
Chiefs management have made decided to loan out one of the clubs most promising midfielders.
In fact, he already has potential suitors.