These are the top 10 available PSL veterans on the markets who haven’t retired as yet and might help a few clubs have a grip on the DSTV premiership log this season.
10. Abia Nale
Nale has been linked with the likes of Royal FM and Chippa United.
Tshabalala is one of South Africa's most decorated players but after his move from Naturena he has struggled to find a club, he has been linked with a move to ABC Motsepe league.
Nthethe is also available on the markets but so far no team on the elite division has shown desire to sign him.
Mahamutsa is one of the most skilled veterans currently on the market and is hoping to get back in action soon, he believes he still has 3 more years.
Semenya has been linked with the likes of Polokwane city.
5. Mark Mayambela
Mayambela was recently signed to Cape Town City, after the club released him he was spotted training with SuperSport United but due to fitness the club made a decision to let him go.
4. Anthony Laffor
Ex- Mamelodi Sundown’s star is another PSL veteran who is club less, but the likes of the Soweto giants Moroka Swallows have shown a deep interest in him.
3. Sifiso Myeni
Myeni hasn’t called it a day and has been scouted and wanted by Cape Umoyo side.
2. Wayne Arendse
Arendse has been linked with Moroka Swallows to help the club in their defensive department this season.
1. George Lebese
Lebese is currently club less though it was promising that he would sign with the Soweto giants Moroka Swallows things didn't go as expected for the Bafana Bafana international.
Do you think any of these stars might be signed? please share your thoughts on the comment section down below.
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