The PSL officially opened the transfer window on Saturday meaning that the clubs can know sign and register new players of the season.
7. Yusuf Maart
The Bafana Bafana international has been a top target for both Soweto giants, he has been a key figure and has helped his club to be where they are for their debut season in the top flight league.
Letsoalo has been amongst the top targets for the Glamour boys following an impressive run for Royal AM this season.
Mamelodi Sundowns marksman has showed a great interest in reviving his playing career elsewhere despite having signed a four year extension, but Amakhosi are keen in bringing him on board this season.
4. Katlego Otladisa
3. Former Mamelodi Sundowns hitman Otladisa has become a top target for the Glamour boys after he produced some eye-catching displays for Marumo Gallants this season.
2. Siyetheba Sithebe
AmaZulu's playmaker reportedly rejected a contract extension with the Kwazulu Natal giants, according to a close source Amakhosi have convinced the club to sell the player to avoid losing him for free when his contract runs out.
1. Abubeker Nassir
Amakhosi are after a big signing and the Ethiopian international might just be what they need to help in the striking department, Nassir remarkably scored 29 goals in 22 Ethiopian Premier League games last season and he scooped the league's Most Valuable Player and Best Young Player accolades.
Which one of these seven players do you think the Glamour boys should prioritize in signing first? please share your thoughts and opinion on the comment section down below.
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