The transfer window period' on the premier soccer league and in all football association all over the world is open. This means that' every player is allowed' to join any team of his choice. The mother city based team, capetown city fc, is also meaning business, preparing for the up coming 2021/2022 season. The team is delighted to announce, the new signing' of former Richards bay united striker, Khanyisa mayo on a 3 year deal. During the season, the player was linked, with the move to Kaizer chiefs' but the cities managed' to get the signature of the young star. Players linked with an exit on the club, are Craig Martin, he will might join orlando pirates and their shot stopper, is back in his country, Portugal. The citizens will start their compain, early this coming month of August, on the mtn8 quarter finals, which they will start on the 8th of august. Source's: Enca home of sport, SABC sport and news 24. Edited by Khalabemgeza @Khalabemgeza45 on Twitter.
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