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Transfer news: The latest rumours from Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Sundowns and all PSL teams

16:56 SAST 2020/05/26
Leonardo Castro of Kaizer Chiefs, February 2020
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer stories from the Premier Soccer League during the South African summer window

Sundowns could loan out Mkhuma

Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane has revealed he plans to send Promise Mkhuma out on loan for him to grow as a footballer. 

The 20-year-old was promoted from the club's MDC team in January, and while he's yet to break into the first team, Mosimane believes he has the potential to become a star. 

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Castro: Chiefs striker signs new deal

Kaizer Chiefs striker Leonardo Castro has officially signed a new two-year extension, the club announced on Friday. 

Castro had been locked in negotiations with Amakhosi since the start of the year after rejecting several offers to stay beyond the current season. 

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Reported Pirates target in no rush to leave Maritzburg

Maritzburg United goalkeeper Richard Ofori is not getting carried away despite having reportedly attracted interest from PSL giants Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates.

However, Ofori indicated that it is normal for him to be linked with other clubs because he has been performing well, but he is only focused on the Team of Choice currently.

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Mosimane signs new Sundowns deal

Mamelodi Sundowns have announced Pitso Mosimane has signed a contract extension.

The accomplished tactician's previous deal was due to expire at the end of next month, but the club has since extended his contract until the end of June 2024.

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Agent confirms Chiefs' interest in Kawonga

TS Sporting attacker Chawanangwa Kawonga has attracted interest from a number of PSL clubs, including Kaizer Chiefs and AmaZulu

This was confirmed by the player's representative Donald Aphane, who revealed Amakhosi came to him and confessed to liking Kawonga as a player. 

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De Reuck: Reported Pirates target prefers overseas move

Maritzburg United defender Rushine de Reuck is focused on securing a move to an overseas club.

De Reuck has been one of the outstanding players this season in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) and Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns have reportedly identified the 24-year-old player as a target ahead of the next transfer window.

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Town City won't be selling trio - Comitis 

Cape Town City chairman John Comitis says they have no intention of selling their players despite PSL clubs facing financial uncertainty.

City midfielder Thabo Nodada has been linked with Kaizer Chiefs, while striker Kermit Erasmus and defender Edmilson Dove are reportedly on the radar of Mamelodi Sundowns.

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SuperSport's Furman could leave before end of season

In his quest to further his career in the United Kingdom, SuperSport United midfielder Dean Furman could leave the Tshwane giants before the end of the current season.

According to his agent, Glyn Binkin, the Bafana Bafana international will jet out of the country to be with his wife who is giving birth in June and will assess his options once he is there.

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Maritzburg always sell players to survive - Kadodia

Maritzburg United chairman Farook Kadodia says they could sell their key players as PSL clubs feel the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

The club's key players, Richard Ofori and Rushine de Reuck, have constantly been linked with Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates.

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Kateregga on why he left Cape Town City

Uganda attacking midfielder has admitted his transfer from the Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Cape Town was prompted by a desperate need to get out of the club.

The former AFC Leopards star left and joined Iraqi side Erbil SC in 2019 after two seasons in the PSL - 2018/19 at Cape town City and a short 2019 loan move to Maritzburg United.

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Leopards hit back at Mhlongo and Zulu exit rumours

Black Leopards media officer Berry Ramunenyiwa has dismissed reports indicating that more players are set to leave the club.

Lidoda Duvha have parted ways with attacking midfielders Thuso Phala and Karabo Tshepe in recent months.

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Mosimane hints at more South American signings for Downs

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is using this coronavirus lockdown to work on his body while also doing work for the club. 

The 55-year-old said he has also been checking various apps to identify talent for the future, especially in South America. 

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Mayambela keen to retire at Bloem Celtic

Ex-Bloemfontein Celtic winger Mark Mayambela would like to retire at his former club.

The 32-year-old player is currently searching for a new club after parting ways with Cape Town City three months ago.

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De Reuck might struggle at Pirates - Makhanya 

Although Orlando Pirates are reportedly linked with a move to sign Maritzburg United defender Rushine De Reuck, retired midfielder Joseph Makhanya speaks out on who could be the best future signing for coach Josef Zinnbauer.

‘Duku Duku’ also looks at the positives on why signing Bidvest Wits and Bafana Bafana skipper Thulani Hlatshwayo should be a better option for the Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants, saying height and experience are vital in the heart of the defence.

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Mayambela dreams of playing for Kaizer Chiefs

Former Orlando Pirates winger Mark Mayambela is keen to play for his favourite childhood team, Kaizer Chiefs.

The experienced midfielder is currently a free agent having left Cape Town City midway through the current season.

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Pirates shelve contract renewal talks  

Orlando Pirates administrative officer Floyd Mbele says the suspension of football has had a negative impact on football business, making it difficult for them to “line-up signings for next season”.

With uncertainly clouding the resumption of the currently-suspended season, it is also unknown when the transfer window would be opened.

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Sundowns rejected Al Ahly's bid for Sirino - Ali

Mamelodi Sundowns have rejected an approach by Al Ahly for Gastino Sirino's services.

This is according to Sundowns' Arabic media coordinator Khaled Ali when speaking on ON Time Sports TV channel, as reported by Egypt Today.

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Nxumalo set for Baroka exit 

Former Bidvest Wits striker Prince Nxumalo is destined to leave Premier Soccer League (PSL) strugglers Baroka FC.

The 29-year-old player only joined Bakgaga Ba Mphahlele last October after signing a short-term deal with the Limpopo-based side.

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Chiefs mustn't sign another Katsande - Khuse

Kaizer Chiefs legend Donald Khuse doesn't believe the club needs a player as strong as Willard Katsande to replace George Maluleka in midfield ahead of next season. 

Maluleka is on his way to Mamelodi Sundowns after signing a pre-contract with them at the start of the season. 

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Ex-Chiefs star Nale eyes PSL return 

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Abia Nale promises to bounce back into the game next season, saying he still has a lot to offer.

The Sebokeng-born midfielder explains he is training hard and is confident people will see his return in the 2020/21 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season.

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Usuthu enquired about Mapeza - agent 

Former Chippa United coach Norman Mapeza has attracted interest from a number of Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs and his agent has confirmed AmaZulu have enquired on the manager’s availability.

According to Mapeza’s manager, Gibson Mahachi, he confirms a number of offers are on the table but he declined to name the other suitors vying for the experienced coach's signature.

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Majoro to return to AmaZulu training

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro will join his AmaZulu FC teammates in training if the current PSL season resumes.

This is according to AmaZulu general manager Lunga Sokhela as he provided an update regarding the veteran striker, with the PSL halted due to coronavirus pandemic.

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PSL clubs looking for the next Mhango - Kanyenda

Former Jomo Cosmos striker Essau Kanyenda reveals he is receiving telephone calls as more Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs are looking for the next Gabadinho Mhango.

The retired Malawi international believes the fact the Orlando Pirates and current PSL top goalscorer is enjoying his fine form could open doors for more Malawian players to ply their trade in South Africa.

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Chiefs to renew Ntshangase's deal? 

Goal can exclusively reveal that Kaizer Chiefs are considering keeping Siphelele Ntshangase beyond the expiry of his current contract.

While Ntshangase is in the final months of his contract, Amakhosi have a one-year renewal option on his deal - and this is being discussed behind closed doors at Naturena. 

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