It's that time of year when Premier Soccer League goes into the transfer market to bolster their squads for the upcoming season.
Chippa United are reportedly to have snatched Orlando Pirates target King Ndlovu. The former Black Leopards goalkeeper was earmarked with a move to the Buccaneers. The club wanted another goalkeeper as the future of Wayne Sandilands and Siyabonga Mpontshane remains uncertain. This means that the Buccaneers will have to look elsewhere if they want to bolster their goalkeeping department.
Ndlovu has been training with the Buccaneers since his unceremonious departure at Lidoda Duvha. This is a clear indication that the Buccaneers are not interested in his services.
In other news, Siphelele Maduna is understood that he will sign a new contract with AmaZulu. This comes after a successful negotiations. His previous contract expired on 30 June, but FARPost sources have confirmed that he is staying put.
The Cape Town-based outfit, Cape Town City, have secured the signature of a talented defender Nathan Idumba Fasika, who was playing for DR Congo club FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo.
Former Swallows FC and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Sibusiso Kumalo has joined Marumo Gallants.
Bloemfontein Celtic have confirmed that Tebogo Potsane has extended his stay at the club until June 2024.
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