Despite SuperSport United announcing the signing of former Bafana star Lehlohonolo Majoro, the attacker later posted a photo of himself in Chiefs' colours on his twitter.
According to Kickoff magazine Majoro is having second thoughts on his move to United. He is reportedly not happy with the swap deal and is expected to demand to choose a club of his choice.
"He is not happy with the whole deal offered by SuperSport United," Kickoff's source revealed.
However Majoro's agent Tim Sukazi confirms that the agreement is complete.
"We are all thrilled to have concluded the move for Majoro," Sukazi told the SuperSport United official website.
"SuperSport United is a fantastic club and have a very good track record because they are a championship-winning side.
Majoro is entering a new chapter in his career in which he would like to take it to the next level, and is eager to join his new teammates next week," concluded Sukazi.
So, that should place a damper on any hopes Chiefs fans or other interested clubs might have on the forward changing his mind.
Elsewhere Phatizwe Sacolo is training with Mamelodi Sundowns, as he may not resign for his Swedish club IFK Varnamo. He was also training with Orlando Pirates, even though he's reportedly offered a three-year deal in Sweden.
Orlando Pirates Manti Maholo and Bheki Nzunga are close to signing for Polokwane City, and the club is set to announce their new signings on Monday.
With Majoro supposedly having cold feet with his move to SuperSport, one player who won't want to have any doubts about contracts this weekend is Platinum Stars' Robert Ng'ambi. The Malawian is getting married to Jane Mitochi in Blantyre on Sunday, with the whole Dikwena outfit in attendance to tie up the festive occasion.