Absa Premiership

PSL reveal transfer window dates

2016-12-29 12:47
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Cape Town - The Premier Soccer League has announced the details for the upcoming January transfer window.

The transfer window will open on January 3 and close on January 31.

It will be an opportunity for PSL sides to bolster their squads for what will surely be a hectic and competitive second half of the season, beginning on February 7.

In addition, National First Division (NFD) sides are also bound by the same window.

There has been plenty of transfer speculation already with Mandla Masango linked with a move to SuperSport United from Denmark's Randers.

In addition, Karabo Litabe from Royal Eagles in the NFD, is reportedly a target for both Bloemfontein Celtic and Kaizer Chiefs.

Nonetheless, it has been confirmed by Soccer Laduma that the 2017 PSL window will open at 09:00 on January 3 and will come to a close exactly four weeks later at midnight on January 31.

Rules dictate that anyone inside the PSL’s head office at midnight on the evening the window slams shut, will be allowed to finish their business despite the deadline having passed.

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