Here is a list of the top5 transfers you may have missed for the commencing 2020/21 campaign, According to The South African news source.
Besides the PSL Giants including the Likes of Mamelodi and Orlando Pirates ext.. Here are some smaller teams signings ahead of the new season.
Moroka Swallows have signed winger, Moeketsi Makhanya from the NFD side JDR Stars and also managed to do a swop deal for Musa Nyatama from Highlands Park.
Another superstar signed is Ruzaigh Gamaldien, who joined from Chippa United and Wandisile Letlabika trekked up from Bloemfontein Celtic ahead of the new season.
However, the haveother players which the transfer markets too kind to them the likes of, Ryan Rae,Iscaac Nhlapo, Eva Nga Bienvenu, Riaan Hanamub and Sizwe Mdlinzo have all been unveiled by the Chippa United.
Thabo Matlaba was successful signed by the Dube Birds ahead of the new season on a two year contract.
Please look out for part two of these undercover signings and offloads from others PSL top flight clubs.
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