ALL DEALS DONE IN THE DStv PREMIER LEAGUE IN THE JANUARY PERIOD!
With the January transfer window being closed, you can review all of the DStv Premiership's new arrivals and departures.
Orlando Pirates revealed no new acquisitions throughout the window, while Kaizer Chiefs only came out late on Monday to state that they had "used the January transfer window to extend the contracts of seven of the club's most promising players."
WHY HAVEN'T THEY RECRUITED MORE IN THE TRANSFER WINDOW, SAY THE CHIEFS?
During this time, Royal AM released 15 players, while Cape Town City sold four: Ralani, Abbubaker Mobara, Abdul Ajagun, and Fagrie Lakay.
MOSIMANE BREAKES THE SILENCE ON THE FUTURE WITH AL AHLY!
ALL THE CONFIRMED COMINGS AND GOINGS IN THE DSTV PREMIERSHIP ARE RECAPTURED BELOW:
Keletso Sifama (returning)
Thabo Mokoena (returning)
Juan Carlos Ortiz
Reagan Van der Ross
Cape Town City:
Shane Roberts (loan)
Douglas Mapfumo (loan)
Marc Anderson (loan)
Shane Roberts (loan)
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