Done Deals: Confirmed PSL transfers for all 16 clubs for 2021/22 season

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  1. Benni McCarthy AmaZulu
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    AmaZulu FC

    Mxolisi Kunene, Keagan Buchanan (both Maritzburg United), Philani Zulu, Kgotso Moleko (both Kaizer Chiefs), Tercious Malepe (FK Minaj, Ukraine), Matarr Ceesay (Casa Sport), Tsepang Moremi (Bizana Pondo Chiefs), Lindani Shange (promoted from AmaZulu's reserve side), Hendrick Ekstein (FK Sabail, Azerbaijan)
  2. Thoka Matsimela, Baroka FC, November 2020
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    Baroka FC

    Cyril Chibwe (Polokwane City), Sydney Malivha (Marumo Gallants), Akani Chauke (TS Sporting), Sekela Sithole (Cape Umoya United), Train Mokhabi (JDR Stars), Athenkosi Dladla (University of Pretoria) and Bayzel Goldstone (Richards Bay)
  3. Gavin Hunt at Kaizer Chiefs training September 2020
    Kaizer Chiefs

    Chippa United

    Aboubacar Bemba Sangare (Jomo Cosmos), Azola Matrose (Walmer Township, Gqeberha), Jenovane September (Booysens Park, Gqeberha)  Kewen Prince,  Loydt Kazapua (Cape United), Zuko Mdunyelwa (Cape United) Jemondre Dickens (Baroka FC), Veluyeke Zulu (Richards Bay), Tebogo Makobela (Black Leopards), Siphesihle Mkhize, Sammy Seabi, Phakamani Mahlambi (all Mamelodi Sundowns), Roscoe Pietersen (Cape United, Rodney Ramagalela (Black Leopards), Mogakolodi Ngele (Marumo Gallants), Lubeni Haukongo (Lille, France)
  4. Cape Town City, Eric Tinkler
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    Cape Town City

    Douglas Mapfumo (Cape Umoya United), Hugo Marques (SC Farense, Portugal), Khanyiso Mayo (Richards Bay), Nathan Idumba Fasika (Saint Eloi Lupopo, DR Congo), Katlego Mokhuoane (Free State Stars), Patrick Fisher (Cape Town Spurs), Bongani Mpandle (Maritzburg United) and Darren Keet (Cape Umoya United)
  5. Stuart Baxter, Kaizer Chiefs, June 2021
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    Kaizer Chiefs

    Cole Alexander (Odisha FC, India), Keagan Dolly (Montpellier, France), Austin Dube (Richards Bay), Sibusiso Mabiliso (AmaZulu FC), Brandon Peterson (free agent), Phathutshedzo Nange (Stellenbosch FC), Njabulo Ngcobo, Sifiso Hlanti and Njabulo Ngcobo (Swallows FC)

  6. Lehlohonolo Seema, Bloemfontein Celtic
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    Lamontville Golden Arrows

    Mthokozisi Dube (Orlando Pirates), Bongumusa Nkosi (Royal AM), Themba Mantshiyane (Free State Stars), and lastly Sazi Gumbi (Stone Breakers), Thubelihle Magubane (TS Sporting), Simo Mbhele (Squash FC), Nqubeko Dlamini (University of Pretoria), Sbonelo Cele, Ntsikelelo Nxadi and Saziso Magawana (all Uthongathi FC), Andile Fikizolo (Bloemfontein Celtic), and Siyabonga Mbatha (AmaZulu FC).

  7. Rhulanu Mokwena, Manqoba Mngqithi & Steve Komphela, Mamelodi Sundowns, October 2020
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    Mamelodi Sundowns

    Thabiso Kutumela (Maritzburg United), Neo Maema and Sifiso Ngobeni (both Bloemfontein Celtic), Divine Lunga (Lamontville Golden Arrows), Pavol Safranko (Sepsi OSK, Romania) and Grant Kekana (SuperSport United)

     

  8. Ernst Middendorp, coach of Kaizer Chiefs, September 2019
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    Maritzburg United

    Amadou Soukouna (Hapoel Kfar Saba, Israel), Leletu Skelem (Stellenbosch FC), Thato Lesoma (SuperSport United), Renaldo Leaner (Cape Town Spurs), Richard Zumah (FC San Pedro, Ivory Coast), Brandon Theron and Alfred Ndengane (both Marumo Gallants), Zukile Kewuti (Cape Town City), Lifa Hlongwane (Black Leopards) and Rowan Human (Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel).
  9. Sebastien Migne joins Marumo Gallants.
    Marumo Gallants.

    Marumo Gallants

    Siphelele Ntshangase (Kaizer Chiefs), Learnmore Muyambo (Harare City FC, Zimbabwe), Jeroen Lumu (Floriana, Malta), Muhammad Zaid Patel (Loja CD FC, Spain), Sibusiso Khumalo (Futuro Kings), Katlego Otladisa (Mamelodi Sundowns), Thato Kiba (African All Stars), Sibusiso Nkosi (University of Pretoria) and Matome Kgoetyane (Baroka FC)

  10. Mandla Ncikazi & Fadlu Davids, Orlando Pirates

    Orlando Pirates

    Olisa Ndah (Akwa United, Nigeria), Kwame Peprah (King Faisal, Ghana), Ntsako Makhubela (Lamontville Golden Arrows), Kwanda Mngonyama and Bandile Shandu (Maritzburg United), Goodman Mosele (Baroka FC) and Monnapule Saleng (Free State Stars)
  11. John Maduka, coach of Bloemfontein Celtic, August 2020
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    Royal AM

    No confirmed new signings 
  12. Brandon Truter Moroka Swallows coach
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    Swallows FC

    Mwape Musonda (Hatta Club, United Arab Emirates), Austin Muwowo and Monnapule Saneng (both Orlando Pirates), Khethukuthula Ndlovu (Uthongathi FC) and Thandani Ntshumayelo (free agent), Tebogo Langerman, Jody February, Keletso Makgalwa, Grant Margeman (all Mamelodi Sundowns), Given Thibedi, Yagan Sasman (both Kaizer Chiefs), Dillon Solomons (Cape Town All Stars), Katlego Mohamme (Pretoria University).
  13. MacDonald Makhubedu, Sekhukhune United, May 2021
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    Sekhukhune United

    Justice Chabalala (Orlando Pirates), Blessing Sarupinda (Caps United, Zimbabwe), Toaster Nsabata (Zesco United, Zambia), Willard Katsande (Kaizer Chiefs), Pogiso Mahlangu (Pretoria Callies), Charlton Mashumba (Polokwane City), Edwin Gyimah (Black Leopards), Ryan de Jongh (Bloemfontein Celtics FC), Nicholus Lukhubeni, Nyiko Mobbie (both Mamelodi Sundowns), Talent Chawapiwa (AmaZulu FC), Vusimuzi Mncube (JDR Stars FC), Thabo Rakhale (Marumo Gallants), Cheslyn Jampies and Tshediso Patjie (both Baroka FC), Kamohelo Sithole (TS Sporting), Tumelo Matona and Seun Ledwaba (both Jomo Cosmos), Seth Perusnath (Golden Arrows)

     
  14. Steve Barker, Stellenbosch coach, December 2021
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    Stellenbosch FC

    Judas Moseamedi (Maritzburg United), Reid Bombay (Cape Town City), Wassem Isaacs (Cape Town All Stars) and Solomon Letsoenyo (Cape Umoya United).
  15. Kaitano Tembo, SuperSport United, May 2021
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    SuperSport United

    Buhle Mkhwanazi (free agent).
  16. Owen Da Gama, TS Galaxy, January 2021
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    TS Galaxy

    Augustine Kwem (Chippa United), Mohammed Anas (Black Leopards), Mthobisi Mngomezulu and Xolani Slawula (both Uthongathi FC),  Zolani Nkombelo (Lamontville Arrows), Igor Makitan and Vasilije Kolak (both FK Krupa, Bosnia and Herzegovina), Marate Ndieguene (free agent).