Transfer Gossip featuring Chiefs, Pirates and more!

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Transfer gossip featuring Chiefs, Pirates and more!

In the realm of the PSL transfer gossip, Chiefs and Pirates vie for supremacy, eyeing moves to reclaim their positions.


Transfer Gossip featuring Chiefs, Pirates and more!

Credit: Al Wahda on X

Lesotho goalkeeper Sekhoane Moerane emerged on Chiefs’ radar, while Chippa targeted former Pirates’ gem, Augustine Mahlonoko. 

In the dynamic world of PSL transfer rumours, the spotlight is on Soweto Giants Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, both eager to make strategic moves to reclaim their positions at the summit. 

Let’s delve into the latest buzz circulating the transfer mill.

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Kaizer Chiefs Eye Lesotho Goalkeeper:

The transfer radar is locked onto Lesotho Mounted Police Services’ goalkeeper, Sekhoane Moerane. Reports suggest the LMPS is open to releasing him, sparking interest from PSL. Ezekiel Senti, LMPS FC’s vice president, expressed willingness to entertain offers, emphasising Moerane’s potential to shine in South Africa.

Chippa United’s Interest in Orlando Pirates’ Gem:

Augustine Mahlonoko, a former Orlando Pirates academy standout, is on Chippa United’s radar. Having made his debut at just 16, Mahlonoko aims for a top-flight return after parting ways with the Buccaneers.

Sundowns’ Missed Opportunities:

Pitso Mosimane revealed Sundowns’ past pursuits of stars like Luis Diaz and Vinicius Jr., shedding light on what might have been for the Brazilians.

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Kaizer Chiefs’ Windfall and Potential Striker Move:

Kaizer Chiefs could secure a significant R14 million windfall, thanks to a sell-on clause. Meanwhile, rumours circulate about the possible release of Wandile Duba, with AmaZulu as a potential destination.

Orlando Pirates Flop Seeks Resolution:

Bienvenu Eva Nga’s agent, Charles Dominguez, is keen on resolving the player’s game-time struggles at Orlando Pirates, promising urgent discussions with the club.

Cape Town Spurs’ Clear-Out and Goalkeeping Boost:

Cape Town Spurs are on a releasing spree, with Sam Ramsbottom possibly next on the departure list. On a positive note, the team welcomes former Mpumalanga Black Aces goalkeeper Thembalethu Moses.

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Pitso Mosimane on Wydad Casablanca’s Radar:

Pitso Mosimane is in the spotlight for a potential move to Wydad Casablanca in Morocco, amidst uncertainties surrounding the current head coach Adil Ramzi.

Transfer Duel: Kaizer Chiefs, Sundowns, and SuperSport United in Pursuit:

A Lesotho international goalkeeper attracts interest from Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, and SuperSport United, setting the stage for a potential transfer battle.

Moroka Swallows Captain on Sundowns’ Radar:

Tlakusani Mthethwa, Moroka Swallows’ captain, is rumoured to be on Mamelodi Sundowns’ wishlist, adding intrigue to the transfer speculations.

Kaizer Chiefs’ Potential Triple Deal with Richards Bay:

January could witness significant activity between Kaizer Chiefs and Richards Bay, hinting at a potential triple deal.

Alexandre Gallo’s Possible Arrival at Kaizer Chiefs:

Alexandre Gallo is rumoured to bring a touch of samba football to Kaizer Chiefs, with his potential landing at the OR Tambo creating a buzz.

Mamelodi Sundowns’ Khuliso Mudau addresses European club links, while Kaizer Chiefs management eyes a long-term solution, contemplating a five-year deal for the new head coach.

Orlando Pirates Duo Linked with European Moves:

Monnapule Saleng and Relebohile Mofokeng of Orlando Pirates reportedly attract European interest, potentially bidding farewell to the PSL.

Sekhukhune United’s Valued Star:

Sekhukhune United places a hefty R3 million price tag on Vusumzi Mncube, indicating openness to offers for the midfielder.

Stay tuned for more twists and turns in the ever-evolving landscape of PSL transfer speculations!

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