Cape Town - With the January transfer window already in full swing, the various PSL clubs have been hard at work strengthening their options, while the rumour mill has also started churning out plenty of gossip.
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According to Football411, Kaizer Chiefs striker Kingston Nkhatha will join SuperSoprt United at the end of the season after penning a pre-agreement with the Tshwane giants.
Orlando Pirates have dismissed recent reports linking Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune with a possible move across the Soweto divide.
Asavela Mbekile is seemingly looking to engineer a move away from Mamelodi Sundowns after failing to cement any sort of regular role at Chloorkop this season.
Lerato Manzini will reportedly have his loan stay at SuperSport United cut early, with the out-of-favour striker expected to return to Bloemfontein Celtic in January.
Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Mabhudi Khenyeza is reportedly set to begin training with Golden Arrows this week in a bid to earn a return to Abafana Bes'thende.
Ajax Cape Town coach Roger de Sa has reiterated the club's stance on Rivaldo Coetzee, simply stating the 18-year-old defender is "not for sale".
Kaizer Chiefs could reportedly be open to selling Erick Mathoho in January, but only if potential European suitors meet Amakhosi's valuation of the defender.
Siyabonga Mpontshane is yet to sign the new deal tabled by Platinum Stars, with the goalkeeper reportedly holding out for an offer from SuperSport United.
The agent of Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Luyolo Nomandela has revealed that his client is looking to leave the club on loan in January.
Kaizer Chiefs defender Tefu Mashamaite is reportedly set to pen an extension to his contract at Amakhosi, keeping him at the Soweto giants until 2017.
Orlando Pirates are reportedly preparing a January bid for defender Tshepo Gumede, whose deal with Platinum Stars expires at the end of the current season.
Former Kaizer Chiefs and MP Black Aces full-back Nkululeko Tshangane, 20, is set to begin trials at Bidvest Wits, with a view to earning a permanent deal.
Mamelodi Sundowns defender Bryce Moon will not be renewing his deal with the club as he looks to secure a move away at the end of the current season.