Judas Moseamedi, dubbed the "Kaizer Chiefs slayer," is set to depart his present club in a swap deal.
Both teams are anticipated to make an announcement this week confirming the agreement.
Moseamedi has established himself as a fixture in major matches, particularly those involving Chiefs, terrorizing them on several occasions over the years - most recently last season in a DStv Premiership clash.
However, he is likely to carry his form to Stellies under coach Steve Barker, with Skelem going to the Midlands after being targeted by Amakhosi.
The Siya crew recently revealed that Skelem's journey to Gauteng had been put on hold following speculations that he was poised to join the Soweto giants this season.
However, earlier this year, Barker cast doubt on the relationship, telling journalists that the attacker would remain a Stellies player for the foreseeable future.
He is now ready to make the surprise move to Maritzburg, where he will be replaced by Moseamedi, a much older and more experienced striker.
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