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PSL done deals ahead of January 2023 transfer window

9:52 PM GMT+4 25/11/2022
Zakhele Lepasa, Orlando Pirates & Sicelokuhle Hlatshwayo, Marumo Gallants, September 2022
Some clubs have already conducted some business ahead of the mid-season transfer window.

The South African summer transfer window is set to open in January 2023.
It will be an opportunity for Premier Soccer League clubs to reinforce their squads for the second round of the current season.
There are clubs that have already conducted some business by signing new players who will be registered with the PSL when the transfer window officially opens.

  • Dr Irvin Khoza July 6 2018

    When does the PSL officially open?

    The PSL have indicated that the mid-season transfer will run between 1 and 31 January 2023.
    GOAL takes a look at deals that have already been completed.

  • Bertrand Junior Mani Cape Town City seal signing of Cameroon midfielder.

    Bertrand Junior Mani

    Cape Town City have signed the imposing centre forward from Cameroonian top flight club Colombe Sportive.
    Mani, who has turned out for Cameroon in the Chan qualifiers, will play alongside his compatriot Brice Ambina at the Mother City side.


  • Juan Camilo Zapata, CD Hermanos Colmenarez

    Juan Camilo Zapata

    Cape Town City have also reinforced their striking department with the signing of the Colombian forward.
    Zapata has joined the Citizens from Venezuela Primera Division outfit CD Hermanos Colmenarez where he was a reliable goalscorer.

  • Sicelokuhle Hlatshwayo, Marumo Gallants, September 2022

    Sicelokuhle Hlatshwayo

    Lamontville Golden Arrows have snapped up the experienced defender after he was released by Marumo Gallants two months ago.
    The 28-year-old asked Gallants to release him due to lack of game time under coach Dan Malesela and he will now look to revive his career at Arrows.

  • Given Mashikinya, Maritzburg United, October 2022

    Given Mashikinya

    Sekhukhune United moved swiftly to sign the left footed midfielder after he was released by Maritzburg United last week.
    The former Bloemfontein Celtic and Royal AM star was released by the Team of Choice following Fadlu Davids' recent appointment as new Maritzburg head coach.

  • Luke Fleurs, SuperSport United, August 2022

    Big transfer to watch out for

    SuperSport United have confirmed that Bafana Bafana defender Luke Fleurs has attracted interest from Kaizer Chiefs and two other unnamed clubs.
    The club's CEO Stan Matthews also stated that they are open to selling the reigning PSL Young Player of the Season if the Tshwane giants receive the right offer.