Premier Soccer League transfer window closes today, teams have not spent a lot of money in this transfer window as they did spend a lot of money at the start of the season, however the team that is always signing players is Mamelodi Sundowns in this February transfer window.
This was Kaizer Chiefs last transfer window ban as they didn't sign any one, the only Opportunities they had was promoting a player from their Academy as they did so. Orlando Pirates that didn't buy any player as they think they have enough players.
Mamelodi Sundowns signed a player from Maritzburg United, that is another potential player they have in the team. However the was no many transfers but others they are still in a process. Teams at this stage they don't want new players especially teams at the top of the Premier Soccer League.
Moroka Swallows didn't want to get any new players to the team as they have a good squad to finish the season with.
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