The biggest transfers which could happen
The transfer window has entered its final two days and there are players who can be protagonists in the transfer market.
Goal picks five potential transfers you will need to pay close attention to as deadline day approaches:
The new Bafana Bafana international has reportedly emerged as a target for Kaizer Chiefs in the last few weeks.
Letsoalo was part of Bloemfontein Celtic players, who moved to KwaZulu-Natal after the club sold its PSL status to Royal AM, but he is said to be eager to secure a dream move to the Soweto giants.
Chiefs would have to make an enticing offer for the 27-year-old hitman's services as he is one of the top strikers in the PSL.
The promising striker has constantly been linked with Orlando Pirates since June this year after impressing at Baroka FC last season.
The Buccaneers are reportedly looking to sign Makgopa, who has also been linked with Mamelodi Sundowns, then loan him back to Baroka for the rest of the campaign.
Anything is possible with Pirates having already signed Goodman Mosele from Baroka in the current transfer window.
The SuperSport United midfielder has attracted interest from Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs.
His agent Mike Makaab has confirmed the interest from the two Gauteng giants, but SuperSport chief executive officer Stan Matthews has insisted that they are yet to receive offers for Mbule.
Whether he makes a last-minute move remains to be seen.
The 26-year-old attacker's career at Kaizer Chiefs has been a stop-start due to injuries and lack of game time.
However, Swallows FC are reportedly monitoring Zuma's situation at Amakhosi as it is unclear whether he will be part of coach Stuart Baxter's plans this season.
Swallows chairman David Mogoashoa has refused to rule out a move for Zuma before the transfer window closes.
Another SuperSport United midfielder who is on the radar of the PSL heavyweights Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns.
His representative Glyn Binkin has revealed that the Bafana Bafana international would be happy to join either Chiefs or Sundowns, but Matthews has stated that there have been no major offers made.
That could change as we draw closer to the deadline day.