During this period of transfer activity, the Ugandan defender Halid Lwaliwa has been connected to a spectacular move to the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
This season, the 25-year-old player is entering the prime of his career and is searching for a new challenge. If Brendon Truter were to get him on board, things could get a lot more interesting.
Even though they have lost some excellent players like Siyethemba Sithebe to teams like Kaizer Chiefs, Usuthu have been active in the transfer markets. They are hoping that the addition of Lwaliwa would help them improve their defensive play.
According to a statement released by the club, "We are interested in Lwaliwa, and we hope that we can come to an agreement and begin training with the youngster as soon as possible."
Do you believe that Lwaliwa will be able to assist AmaZulu in becoming a fierce squad throughout this season? In the comment box below, I would greatly appreciate it if you could share your ideas and opinions.
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