Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumors from the Vodacom Premier League.
Kichuya contract contains abroad move clause
Shiza Kichuya has extended his Simba contract by a further two years with an option to leave anytime if he gets a team outside Tanzania.
He was heavy linked with a move to TP Mazembe and Algerian clubs but he has decided to stay put until the right offer arrives.
Yanga keen on Mzamiru Yassin move
Yanga are reportedly targeting Simba’s attacking midfielder Mzamiru Yassin.
Mzamiru started the season strongly under the Cameroonian coach Joseph Omog but since Pierre Lechantre took the midfielder lost his starting status.
Tshishimbi looking for Yanga exit
Yanga midfielder Papy Tshishimbi is looking to leav,e Yanga according to reports.
There is a contradiction on the length of his contract where Tshishimbi claims that he only signed only for six months while Yanga say it was a two year deal.
Yanga dismiss Mrisho Ngassa reports
Yanga have dismissed the reports suggesting that they will sign Mrisho Ngassa from Ndanda.
Recruitments Chairperson, Hussein Nyika revealed that they have not completed the signing of their former winger but if a deal is reached everything will be announced, according to EFM Radio
Former Azam defender in Simba’s radar
Tanzania champions Simba are looking to strengthen their backline ahead of next season’s CAF Champions League and they are ready to sign former Azam defender Pascal Wawa, according to Champions Newspaper .
Simba who have already completed double deal of Adam Salamba and Marcel Kaheza are keen to add Wawa’s experience in their squad.
Juma Abdul and Tafadzwa Kutinyu heading to Azam
Yanga’s right full-back Juma Abdul is expected to complete a deal to join Azam this week.
The full-back who is a free agent will follow Donald Ngoma who also joined Azam from Yanga last week.
Apart from Abdul, Singida United’s Tafadzwa Kutinyu will also join the Ice Cream Makers as early as next week after the FA Cup final.
Simba signs Salamba in a reportedly three-year deal
Simba have completed the deal to sign Lipuli attacking midfielder Adam Salamba on a reportedly three-year deal overtaking arch rivals Yanga who saw their bid rejected last week.
Salamba was one of Lipuli's standout players since joining the club from Stand United in the January transfer window.
Simba trio's future in serious doubt
Simba strikers Laudit Mavugo and Juma Luizio future's are in serious doubt following the imminent arrival of Marcel Kaheza and Adam Salamba.
Apart from Mavugo and Luizio, Mohamed Ibrahim MO is also on his way out as he seeks a Tsh.70m suiter for his signature, according to Champion newspaper.
Plujim planning raid on Yanga
The in-coming Azam boss Hans van Pluijm is set to hand another blow to his former club Yanga, Pluijm is keen to sign Kelvin Yondani and Juma Abdul.
The duo worked with Pluijm at Yanga and they will all be free agents at the end of next month. This will be another blow to Yanga who have already lost Donald Ngoma to Azam.
Ndanda’s Mrisho Ngassa set for Yanga reunion
After a disappointing season, Yanga is all but set for a spending spree during the transfer window and they will start with their former winger Mrisho Ngassa from Ndanda, according to Champions Newspaper.
The Acting-Chairperson Clement Sanga has allowed the technical bench to suggest players who could improve the squad ahead of next season.
One of the names reportedly suggested is Ngassa who had two successful spells with the Jangwani outfit.
Pierre Lechantre’s future in jeopardy due to big salary demand
After helping Simba clinch the league title, Pierre Lechantre has demand an iimproved salary or he could leave the club, according to Dimba Newspaper .
The coach who signed a six months contract when he came in to replace the then sacked Joseph Omog is a free agent right now and he wants a big salary if he is to sign a long term deal.
Djumaa keen on Head Coach position
Simba assistant coach, Masoud Djumaa is keen on the Head Coach position if Pierre Lechantre will leave the club, according to Bingwa Newspaper .
The former Vital’O Head Coach was quoted saying that, “I can even be the head coach because I am very confident with my ability to lead the group”
Juma Mahadhi wanted by his former club
Newly promoted side, Coastal Union wants to sign their former winger Juma Mahadhi who has had a unsuccessful spell at Yanga.
Mahadhi will be a free agent at the end of next month and he might jump to the opportunity of playing with Wagosi wa Kaya next season.
Eleven Yanga players out of contract
Muungwana Blog have reported that eleven Yanga players are free agents ahead of the transfer window.
The long list includes Nadir Haroub, Hassan Kessy, Vincente Andrew, Obrey Chirwa and Kelvin Yondani.
Others are, Beno Kakolanya, Emmanuel Martin, Geofrey Mwashiuya, Juma Abdul, Juma Mahadhi and Said Juma.