Mpumalanga Black Aces lead the PSL transfer news on Monday, after signing six more players in the form of Ofentse Nato, Stanley Kgatla, Vincent Kobola, Paul Angelo Loureiro, Euguene Mncube and Aleni Lebyane.
The six players will join the likes of Mkhanyiseli Siwahla, Onyekachi Okonkwo, Junior Sikiti and Tshidiso Tukane at the club.
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Lebyane has signed a one-year contract after impressing Clive Barker and his team during training last week, with the former Jomo Cosmos striker seeking to earn a regular starting place in the South African top-flight.
Nato, a talented Botswana international, has joined on loan from Bidvest Wits. Kgatla has moved from AmaZulu to AmaZayoni, while 28-year-old Vincent Kobola has signed a two-year contract.
Mncube, on a three-year contract, will look to enhance Clive Barker's striking department, while former FC Pacos de Ferreira left-back Loureiro has signed a two-year contract at the club.
In other news concerning Mpumalanga Black Aces, Calvin Marlin has been spotted training at the club in a bid to earn a spot in the squad. According to Soccer Laduma, the player is training alongside Bongani Mbele, Sandile Gumede and Joseph Makhanya.
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Yakubu Mohammed, who was linked to Orlando Pirates recently, is now training at Maritzburg United according to Soccer Laduma, with the striker hoping to impress Ernst Middendorp. Maritzburg recently lost the services of Cuthbert Malajila to Mamelodi Sundowns and will be searching for a striker to replace their star man from last season.