PSL Transfer Wrap-up: Mukamba’s move to Wits is almost complete, while Ndulula is set to leave Pirates for Bnei Skhaninn FC South Africa highlights all the PSL in-and-outs and the important transfer news during the January transfer window

The recent PSL transfers news comprises Denver Mukamba’s move to Bidvest Wits, Bongani Ndulula potential move to Israel and Wandisile Letlabika’s new opportunity to shine at Mamelodi Sundowns. The Brazilians are also looking to tie up two important contract extensions with star players Katlego Mphela and Teko Modise.

Denver Mukamba does not appear on Dynamos 25-man squad list set to play in the CAF Champions League this year and the players move to Bidvest Wits seems imminent.

Mukamba has impressed during trials at the club and will hope his move is not disrupted by the announcement of Antonio Habas parting ways with the club today.  

Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed that promising youngster Wandisile Letlabika has been taken off the transfer list at the club and will be given an opportunity to break into the first team once again, after being kept on the sidelines for most of last season.

Bongani Ndulula is still waiting for the Pirates to let him join Bnei Skhaninn FC on trial. He has already purchased an air ticket to Israel but the club has yet to give him consent and the striker will hope to be given his club’s blessings within the next couple of days.  

In other news, Teko Modise’s contract is set to expire at the end of the season and Mamelodi Sundowns have confirmed that the player’s new contract will be discussed on Monday. Modise’s form has been good despite Sundowns struggles this season and the Brazilians will hope they can tie up a deal with their star man.

Similarly Katlego Mphela’s future at the Brazilians is being discussed as his contract is also ending at the end of the season, but the club do have the opportunity to add a one-year extension onto the striker’s deal.