Maritzburg United, according to reports, is leading the way ahead of Kaizer Chiefs, AmaZulu, and Royal AM!
Kaizer Chiefs will have to battle with Maritzburg United, Royal AM, and AmaZulu to sign one of their transfer targets.
In the event that Baroka is demoted, the Glamour Boys have showed interest in signing Bonginkosi Makume, a 26-year-old defender.
Baroka FC's Makume was an outstanding performer. However, despite being relegated, the defender has shown moments of brilliance and has a legion of fans.
Makume made 20 appearances for Baroka this season. He scored three goals and assisted on one despite being a central defender. The Glamour Boys have even completed one defensive acquisition in preparation for next season.
Former Kaizer Chiefs player Zitha Kwinika The academy player has already switched. Stellenbosch's current coach, Steve Barker, made the announcement last week.
Kwinika is expected to join the Amakhosi in the near future. For the 2021/22 season, he was named Stellies' top star of the season.
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