Wednesday PSL transfer updates

2014-07-16 10:43
Knowledge Musona (Gallo)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder, Raymond Monama, wants to quit the club as he seeks more time playing.

Tinashe Nengomasha is still set to sign for Mpumalanga Black Aces while Miguel Timm and Bhongolethu Jayiya have joined Aces from Bidvest Wits.

Bloemfontein Celtic have confirmed the signing of striker Tshepo Chaine from the Black Urbans on a two-year deal.

Moroka Swallows has added three European players to its squad. 31-year-old goalkeeper, Obren Cuckovic from Serbia, 27-year-old Slovenian midfielder Vladimir Mandic and Boris Savic, a 26-year-old from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Former Platinum Stars midfielder, Lantshene Phalane, has signed for Swallows.

Knowledge Musona is still unclear about his future despite the start of the new season being less than a month away.

Edwin Gyimah could well be on his way to a European club according to

Sundowns midfielder, Dove Wome, is adamant that he is not part of Pitso Mosimane’s plans.

Rudolf Bester’s contract with Orlando Pirates expired last month and since then he has been training with Swallows but the Dube Birds did not extend his stay by giving him a contract.

After spending season long loan at Maritzburg United, Musa Nyatama, is set to stay with Mamelodi Sundowns.

Second Division striker, Mohau Mokate, could sign for Maritzburg United if he continues to impress Steve Komphela and his technical team.

Former Maritzburg United midfielder, Delron Buckley, has reiterated that he is not worried about being a free agent.


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