Despite the transfer window closing, free agents are still allowed to be signed. There were moves made yesterday by Premier Soccer League teams. There are still names of players who are free agents, who can still move to some clubs and improve the teams instantly. Both the DStv Premiership League clubs and GladAfrica Championship clubs, have been busy trying to find the best possible players they could. Sekhukhune United despite making massive signings before the transfer window closed, they confirmed another two new additions to their squad for this new season.
Sekhukhune United confirmed the signing of Nyiko Mobbie and Seth Parusnath. Both players join Sekhukhune United from Mamelodi Sundowns and Golden Arrows respectively. In South African second tier league GladAfrica Championship, Platinum City Rovers has made a signing of former Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates player. KickOff.com and a club source have confirmed that Platinum City Rovers has signed Oupa Manyisa. Do you think the likes of Justin Shonga and Lucky Mohomi will also find new clubs soon? Comment below, share and hit the like button please.
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