PSL transfer updates

2014-07-09 10:49
Sibusiso Zuma (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Diyo Sibisi, who is currently playing for Vietnamese V. League 2 side, Tay Ninh, has returned to the country as the 32 year old looks to play domestically and keep fit as the Vietnamese league only starts in November.

Former Fulham and Ghana international John Pantsil has joined Maritzberg United.

Robyn Johannes is not likely to join Bidvest Wits as the former Mamelodi Sundowns defender was released by Maritzburg United along with Dillon Sheppard and Delron Buckley at the end of last season.

Leon Prins, CEO of Moroka Swallows, has denied that the club is for sale after reports suggest that there have been R60m – R80m offers to purchase the Sowetan club.

Rudolf Bester has been doing lonesome training as the former Orlando Pirates and Golden Arrows striker is in search of a club. The 30 year old has made 41 appearances for Namibia and netted 13 times for his country.

Sibusiso Kumalo and Kwanda Mngonyama have joined Maritzberg United on a season long loan from Sundowns.

Letladi Madubanya will not rush into signing for a PSL club as he has been linked with a move to Black Aces, Moroka Swallows, Platinum Stars and Bloemfontein Celtic.

SuperSport United goalkeeper, Ronwen Williams, will travel to Germany for a trial with Bundesliga side Schalke FC.

Siyabonga Nkosi is set to be a Kaizer Chiefs player until June 2017 after extending his stay at the Glamour Boys, the club confirmed on their twitter handle.

Businessman, Max Tshabalala, has confirmed that he placed a bid to buy Bloemfontein Celtic as the current Free State side’s owners are looking to sell the club.

Clifford Mulenga is currently training with Free State Stars as the striker looks for a club after being released last month by Mpumalanga Black Aces.

Mpumalanga Black Aces are still deciding on three veterans in the likes of former SuperSport United duo Rowen Fernandez and Sibusiso Zuma along with Zambian international forward Collins Mbesuma who are all on trail at the club.


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