Absa Premiership

Moon close to Dikwena switch

2015-01-29 15:14
Bryce Moon (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Reports suggest that Platinum Stars are set to sign out of favour Mamelodi Sundowns defender Bryce Moon.

Read: Pirates sign Meyiwa replacement

According to KickOff, Moon will pen a deal with Stars on a six month loan.

Dikwena already secure the services of Tlou Segolela on a permanent deal and defender Gladwin Shitolo on loan deal from Orlando Pirates.

However they had to let go of Tshepo Gumede and Siyabonga Mpontshane to Pirates who have been chasing the two since last year.

The PSL transfer window is set to close on Friday, January 30 at 17:00.

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