PSL 2016/17 transfers diary




The new 2016/17 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season had a lot of positives and negatives during the preparations and a lot has happened. Some deals went through while some failed. Below is all the transfer news that were doing rounds regarding the transfer and release of players in the South African elite football league. The news flashes are as follows:

  • Kaizer Chiefs are looking to add, Meshack Maphangule and Sphelele Ntshangase both of Black Leopards Football Club, to their squad for the new season. The 2 players are on top of Kaizer Chiefs’ wanted list and it is believed that the Chiefs management are doing everything they can to get these players from Black Leopards. Chiefs missed out on the opportunity to sign Sibusiso Vilakazi from Bidvest Wits Football Club as the player signed for Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club.
  • Chippa United has confirmed the signing of former Kaizer Chiefs left back, Simphiwe Mtsweni, on a 3 year deal.
  • Oupa Manyisa says his long term injury that kept him out of the game for the majority of last season was a blessing in disguise. He said he is ready to play again for Orlando Pirates.
  • Pirates coach Muhsin Ertugral has revealed that the team will have 3 captains for the new season. The captains for Orlando Pirates are Oupa Manyisa, Happy Jele, and Thabo Matlaba. Muhsin indicated that the 3 will help Pirates to play better than before as their roles will be more than being captains of Pirates.
  • Kaizer Chiefs has announced that while they have been following players from Swaziland, they are still not happy about what they have seen so far and will continue looking for talent in the country.
  • Surprise Moriri is negotiating for a new contract with Sundowns. The midfielder has not featured for Sundowns in a long time and the coach Pitso Mosimane is a known admirer of the midfielder and he rates his capabilities very highly. Moriri will definitely sign a new contract with Sundowns as he has been loyal to the team and is one of the senior members who are guaranteed a position at Sundowns if they decide to resign from playing football while still playing for Sundowns.
  • Sundowns Patrice Motsepe was very delighted for Sundowns to reach the Semifinals of the CAF Champions League following their win against Egyptian giants Zamalek on Wednesday night at Lucas Masterpieces Moripe stadium in Atteridgeville, Pretoria. Motsepe is expecting nothing less than a Champions League trophy.
  • An unnamed Pirates player who tested positive for doping is facing a 2 year ban from football. It is believed the player has used a banned substance during Orlando Pirates’ official game last season.
  • The failed deal between Free State Stars and Swallows means that Swallows will go back to ply in the ABC Motsepe League next season as they were relegated from the National First Division (NFD). On the other hand Free State is looking for more players to bolster their squad for the new season as they sold a lot of senior players due to the possibility of selling the team.
  • The deal between Kaizer chiefs and Chippa United about Joseph Malongoane is still not finalized as the 2 teams are yet to agree over the sale of the player as Chippa is claiming the player signed for the extension of 2 seasons with them. Malongoane has been training with Chiefs in the past 2 weeks. With Chiefs agreeing to sell their defender Mtsweni to Chippa, it is believed that Chippa will agree with the transfer of Malongoane to Chiefs.
  • Sfiso Myeni is set to be released by Orlando Pirates. The midfielder has been with Orlando Pirates for more than 4 season. He joined Pirates from Bidvest Wits.
  • Orlando Pirates will be releasing a lot of players. Their names are as follows: Patrick Phungwayo, Thandani Ntshumayelo, Rooi Mahamutsa, Mpho Mvelase, Felipe Ovono, and Mugwera.
  • Steven Pienaar is said to be asking for around R625 000 a month, which is by far too much for PSL teams although we may not be surprised if one team between Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns could sign the player. If he signs, the contract won’t be for a longer period, it might be a 6 months contract or a 1 year contract. It was reported earlier on that Orlando Pirates management met with Pienaar to discuss the possibilities of joining Pirates.
  • Collins Mbesuma, the leading goal scorer in the PSL last season, is said to be meeting with Bloemfontein Celtics management for the possibility of joining the Bloemfontein outfit. Mbesuma is said to be very interested in signing Mbesuma as they are looking for a target man upfront for the new season. He was left without a team after Mpumalanga Black Aces was sold to Cape Town as the new owners indicated that they will not use his services for their new team.
  • Donald Mukondelela from Baroka FC has signed with the mighty Orlando Pirates FC. It was revealed on the 6th July 2016 that Donald has penned down a deal with Pirates. He joins the likes of Thabiso Kutumela and Gift Motupa, who were both playing for Baroka previously before joining Pirates.
  • Lucky Mohomi from Free State Stars FC has penned down a deal with Mamelodi Sundowns. It was earlier reported that Orlando Pirates were talking to the player for the possibility of signing him. The player chose Sundowns over Pirates and a lot will be expected from a player of his caliber. A lot of people are criticizing his move to Sundowns as they fear he won’t be afforded game time at the fully talented Mamelodi side.
  • Lennox Bacela was seen training with the new team Cape Town City FC. Bacela was in the books of University of Pretoria last season as they were relegated to the National First Division (NFD). The striker also played for Orlando Pirates and Bloemfontein Celtic.
  • Henrico Botes has returned to Platinum Stars from Bidvest Wits. The striker was free to join any team as wits were no longer interested in extending the contract.
  • Golden Arrows has signed a Nigerian midfielder by the name of David Ifeanyi from the Moroccan side Olympic Safi. Rodney Ramagalela might be moving to Polokwane City as the Polokwane side are very keen on signing the Sundowns striker. Ramagalela was on loan to Golden Arrows from Sundowns last season.
  • Highlands Park has acquired the services of a Namibian midfielder Hendrik Somaeb to strengthen their midfield for their PSL season.
  • Pitso Mosimane and the Sundowns technical team are going to share a million rand following their successful campaign in the PSL as they managed to win the PSL league in the 2015/2016 season. They also won the Telkom Knockout in 2015. Million rand they are going to share is 10% of their R10m winnings.

 

  • Bongani Ndulula is said to have signed a 3 year deal with Chippa United FC which is plying their trade in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). The team chairman confirmed the move. Ndulula is denying that he has signed for the team.
  • Steven Pienaar is expected to sign a contract with one of the big teams in South Africa. It is believed that Mamelodi Sundowns are monitoring the situation as it was earlier reported that Steven Pienaar was about to sign a deal with one of the Chinese League teams.
  • Orlando Pirates is said to have an agreement with the DRC team AS Vita for the signature of the Ghanaian midfielder Bernard Morrison. The player has impressed Pirates in AS Vita’ Champions League performances. Pirates are on a mission to bolster their squad for the upcoming 2016/2017 season and they are also planning to return to CAF competitions which are the Confederations Cup and the Champions League.
  • Katlego Mashego is the player Highlanders Park FC are said to be interested in for their 2016/2017 debut PSL season. The player is currently in the books of Mamelodi Sundowns. He has not seen much game time in the 2015/2016 PSL season with the champions and it is expected that he will agree on moving to a team that will provide him with a chance to play full time.
  • Thabo Mnyamane of Pretoria University FC is said to be moving to one of the big PSL teams and rumor has it that he is heading to Naturena. The move to Kaizer Chiefs will be a good one for his career as the team is currently in a rebuilding phase and they are looking for talented players.
  • Eric Tinkler is the coach of Cape Town New Black Aces. He has been given a mandate to finish the 2016/2017 season in the top eight. The team has acquired the status of Mpumalanga Black Aces and relocated to Cape Town as Black Aces was based in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga.
  • Mamelodi Sundowns managed to win their first game against a North African opponent. They managed to break the record on Saturday night when they beat ES Serif of Algeria by two goals to zero.
  • Tlou Molekwane signed a 3 year contract with Bloemfontein Celtic FC. The right back was once in the books of Kaizer Chiefs and Polokwane City. He has now cemented a contract in the Free State province.
  • Siphiwe Gwala has signed a contract with Baroka FC. The player was with FC Cape Town in the National First Division (NFD).
  • Orlando Pirates Ghanaian defender Edwin Gyimah has indicated that Orlando Pirates will be the last team he plays for in South Africa. Gyimah is part of the Ghanaian national team.
  • Former Orlando Pirates star, Steve Lekoelea, believes the Buccaneers should have no excuses for not winning trophies this season. Lekoelea told journalists that Pirates should win trophies this season, as the club celebrate their 80th anniversary.
  • Kaizer Chiefs target, Charlton Mashumba, and last season’s Absa Premiership top scorer, Collins Mbesuma, are two of the 12 players signed by Highlands Park. Allan Freese’s side confirmed the acquisition of their new signings today as they continue their preparations for the 2016/17 campaign, with Mashumba and Mbesuma the two big signings for the club.
  • Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfield maestro, Ernest “Wire” Mtawali, believes that Sundowns are showing maturity playing in Africa and praised them following their win over Egyptian giants, Zamalek.
  • The ongoing saga regarding Sibusiso Vilakazi could come to an end in the next few days, with Siya sources revealing that his move to Mamelodi Sundowns is now 95% done. It is thought that Wits have agreed to sell the Bafana Bafana international to Sundowns as part of a cash plus players deal, with the likes of Mogakolodi Ngele, Cuthbert Malajila, Bongi Ntuli and Sibusiso Kumalo all being linked as part of the swap. Although the players earmarked for Braamfontein are yet to agree terms with the Clever Boys.
  • Golden Arrows have confirmed their new signings for the 2016/17 season, following what has been a busy period for the KZN outfit in this transfer window. Vuyani Ntanga and Lerato Lamola have been signed from Bloemfontein Celtic, while the club has also beaten Orlando Pirates to Limbikani Mzava’s signature.
  • Bidvest Wits are keen on bringing goalkeeper Darren Keet back to the club after his impressive spell with the Belgian team KV Kortrijk, however, the player will be tempted to stay in Europe.
  • Itumeleng Khune’s injury is nothing to worry about according to the player, after an injury in a training game caused fears that the Kaizer Chiefs man may miss the Olympic Games. Despite original fears, Khune tweeted saying, “Nothing serious good people. It’s just a bruise but I will be OK.”
  • Zeca Marques has welcomed Moroka Swallows’ proposed return to top flight football, with the club’s official return to the PSL expected to be finalised this week.
  • Newly signed Orlando Pirates striker Thabiso Kutumela says he will be pleased to score five or more goals for the team, should he get a chance to play under Muhsin Ertugral in the upcoming season.
  • Former Kaizer Chiefs defender, Fabian McCarthy, believes that the Amakhosi have done enough in the transfer market and don’t need to bring in any more players.
  • Golden Arrows midfielder, Khayalethu Mjoli, has confirmed that he has parted ways with the club following the expiry of his contract on June 30.
  • New Absa Premiership side Baroka FC are keen to secure the services of Botswana international Thabang Sesinyi. The forward, who is currently in the books of Botswana Premier League (BPL) outfit Orapa United, caught the eye of Baroka scouts at the 2016 Cosafa Cup in Namibia last month.
  • Orlando Pirates appear to have pulled the plug on signing Thamsanqa Mkhize as it is believed the player does not fit into Muhsin Ertugral’s plans.
  • MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi has revealed that the recently-bought Free State Stars will now be called Swallows FC.
  • Morgan Gould, Bennett Chenene and Manti Mekoa (Moholo) are all waiting in the wings to sign for the new Swallows FC franchise.
  • Highlands Park have shifted Stanley Kgatla into the technical team and are contesting Richard Matloga’s Baroka FC move.
  • South Africa Under-23 defender Abbubaker Mobara aiming for bigger goals in his career than just playing for Orlando Pirates and at the Olympic Games.
  • Collins Mbesuma says up to seven clubs were interested in his services but he chose Highlands Park due to his desire to remain in Johannesburg and the fact that he was offered a three-year contract.
  • Maritzburg United chairman Farouk Kadodia is adamant Evans Rusike is not for sale, saying he has turned down “a hundred offers” for the striker from Kaizer Chiefs.
  • Joseph Molangoane faces disciplinary action at Chippa United after he failed to arrive for pre-season training, instead turning up at Kaizer Chiefs.
  • Kaizer Chiefs are hoping to complete the capture of Chippa United winger Joseph Molangoane and ex-Maritzburg United striker Ryan Moon.
  • Kaizer Chiefs have been expected to have a meeting with Camaldine Abraw for discussions about his future. The Togolese striker is facing an unclear future at Naturena, with sources indicating that he could be facing an exit from the club. Abraw is unlikely to feature for Steve Komphela’s side in the 2016/17 season.
  • Orlando Pirates have added another player to their list of new signings this season, completing a move for Free State Stars forward, Ayanda Nkosi.
  • Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Khotso Malope, has been loaned to Thanda Royal Zulu for the 2016/17 season. The 22-year-old, who has been making a name for himself in Chiefs’ MultiChoice Diski Challenge team, has secured a second successive loan move in recent months.
  • PSL clubs are chasing the signature of Moeketsi Sekola from Free State Stars, seeing that the Bethlehem outfit is willing to part ways with the stars in the current squad. Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Bidvest Wits and Cape Town City are all believed to be interested in the player.
  • Lamontville Golden Arrows formally announced their new signings on Friday, with no surprises among the list of new recruits. Lamola and Ntanga joined as part of a swap deal that sees Namibia international winger Deon Hotto move in the opposite direction. Former Mpumalanga Black Aces defender and Malawi international Limbikani Mzava was also unveiled. The final two players confirmed were Kenya international winger Cliffton Miheso and goalkeeper Lee Langerveldt.
  • Ajax Cape Town coach Roger de Sa is excited at the prospect of coming up against another Premier Soccer League (PSL) club in Cape Town and has wished his newest rivals well.
  • Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says they have no reason to fear anyone after what they’ve been through in Africa already.
  • James Okwuosa’s proposed move from Chippa United to Orlando Pirates has fallen through. The Nigerian thought he earned a big move to Pirates for the upcoming season, after signing a pre-contract with the Soweto giants halfway through the 2015/16 season. Following complications relating to the changes taking place at Bucs during this transfer window, the player has gone back to Chippa and re-joined the club on a three-year contract.
  • Danny Venter could be set for a switch from Free State Stars to Bloemfontein Celtic in this transfer window. The midfielder is set to join the growing list of players leaving Stars for other clubs, in the wake of the Bethlehem outfit being sold to Moroka Swallows.
  • Irshaad Parker is currently on trial with Mamelodi Sundowns. The player’s father, Abdul Parker, confirmed that the 18-year-old is currently being assessed by Downs’ technical team, together with three other trialists.
  • Despite Orlando Pirates confirming that Maselaelo Seanego would be joining Chippa United, the Chilli Boys say he has since stopped training with them.
  • Mamelodi Sundowns’ long-serving midfielder Surprise Moriri is now officially out of contract at the club with discussions underway to determine his future at Chloorkop.
  • Zimbabwean attacking midfielder Kudakwashe Mahachi is back on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns although the club has been approached by three sides looking to sign the player.
  • Bidvest Wits are not prepared to lose both of their influential midfielders Ben Motshwari and Sibusiso Vilakazi during the current PSL Transfer Window. Vilakazi and Motshwari are subject of interest from Orlando Pirates, while the former is also on the radar of Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns. According to an impeccable source the Clever Boys are highly unlikely to sell Motshwari who recently inked a two-year extension with the club.
  • Mnyamane joins Supersport. SuperSport United have completed the signing of Thabo Mnyamane from University of Pretoria. A tweet from SuperSport’s official account said, “SuperSport is delighted to confirm the signing of Midfielder Thabo Mnyamane on a three-year deal from AmaTuks.” Platinum Stars had been the other side interested in landing the young attacker, however the player opted to remain in Tshwane – switching to the blue side of the city following Tuks’ relegation to the National First Division.
  • The latest news that we just receive from our source is that Sibusiso “Villa” Vilakazi has FINALLY put pen to paper. A reliable source revealed that the Bidvest Wits striker has joined Mamelodi Sundowns on a three-year deal for the 2016-17 PSL season. It is understood that the restless Wits player signed on the dotted lines on Friday and will join the Brazilians in Chloorkop when they return from continental duty.
  • University of Pretoria could be looking to bring a Khune into their ranks as they look for promotion back to the Absa Premiership, with Lucky training at the club. He was part of Kaizer Chiefs before and was released as the technical team at that time felt he was not ready to play for a big team of Chiefs’ caliber.
  • Orlando Pirates are without Felipe Ovono in their camp in Potchefstroom this week. Sources close to the Pirates camp have confirmed that Ovono hasn’t been part of the team’s preparations for the upcoming season. The other 2 known players who were left behind are Rooi Mahamutsa and Lehlohonolo Majoro. Rumour has it that they are also part of the players that are going to be offloaded by Pirates.
  • Mamelodi Sundowns enforcer Hlompho Kekana believes he is forming a strong partnership with Tiyani Mabunda in central midfield. The 2 central midfielders has been playing very well together and Mabunda has also scored some vital goals for the team.
  • South Africa’s ‘Big Three’ will need to spend big money if they are to persuade Maritzburg United to sell wanted-man, Evans Rusike. Rusike’s form has managed to catch the eye of several clubs in Mzansi, namely Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns, however, Maritzburg are not keen to sell their star striker.
  • Mogakolodi Ngele’s agent Tim Sukazi has downplayed talk that the Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder could be on the way to Bidvest Wits..
  • Orlando Pirates plan to loan striker Helder Pelembe to Golden Arrows, according to a source at Bucs. Pelembe, who was on loan at Bloemfontein Celtic last season, is at home and not training with the Buccaneers squad under new head coach Muhsin Ertugral.
  • Newly recruited Orlando Pirates striker, Thabiso Kutumela, has revealed that he has been getting advice from Gift Motupa and Menzi Masuku in recent times.
  • Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Fabian McCarthy says Steve Compel will be expected to deliver the goods in his second season at Naturena.
  • Chippa United boss Siviwe ‘Chippa’ Mpengesi has thanked the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality for their support to the club over the last two years they after moving to the Eastern Cape.
  • Mamelodi Sundowns have extended the stay of young defender, Darren Holden, as Pitso Mosimane seeks to run the rule over the fullback.
  • Coach Stuart Baxter wants to give Phumelele Bhengu another chance to crack it at SuperSport United following a failed bid for the striker from Highlands Park, according to agent Lizwe Mthethwa.
  • New Orlando Pirates striker, Bernard Morrison, has arrived at the club to prepare for the beginning of his new adventure in the Premier Soccer League. The Ghanaian, who has been playing for AS Vita Club in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has since arrived in South Africa to be with Pirates for their pre-season preparations. Bucs have since added Morrison’s name on the list of incoming players in their transfer update on the club’s official website.
  • Premier Soccer League newcomers Baroka FC insist midfielder Nkosinathi Ndlovu is not for sale. The Mamelodi-born 25-year-old has been linked with a move to Mamelodi Sundowns after netting eight goals in the National First Division last term. Bakgaga have already lost the services of NFD top scorer Thabiso Kutumela and Donald Mokondelela to Orlando Pirates. However, Baroka CEO Morgan Mammila says Ndlovu is staying in Limpopo.
  • Former Bafana Bafana left-back Tsepo Masilela has admitted that playing for Kaizer Chiefs has been more like “a dream come true”, given the club’s rich culture and success over the years. Masilela has won four major trophies with Chiefs.
  • Our Source at Mamelodi Sundowns revealed that Orlando Pirates are weighing up Wayne Arendse move. Pirates are said to be interested in the Sundowns centre-back. Pirates coach Muhsin Ertugral has been ringing the changes at Mayfair since landing the job last month and Arendse may be part of the Pirates squad under Muhsin Ertugral as it is known that Muhsin is an admirer of the lanky defender.
  • With the latest development that Rooi Mahamutsa might be out of Orlando Pirates, he was recently linked with a move to Swallows FC, although that consortium’s purchase of Free State Stars fell through on Friday it is still unknown where Rooi will be playing his football next season as he has seen less game time at Pirates under Eric Tinkler.
  • Highlands Park coach, Allan Freese, says that his team wants to be competitive in their first season in the top flight, which is why he has signed the likes of Collins Mbesuma and Charlton Mashumba. The 2 strikes are lethal in front of goals and will help Highlands Park to retain their status in the PSL.
  • Maritzburg United are prepared to fight to keep the services of Deolin Mekoa who has attracted interest from Kaizer Chiefs, SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns. The player was key to Maritzburg’s campaign last season where he helped the team retain their PSL status.
  • Lebohang ‘Cheeseboy’ Mokoena is enjoying being back at his boyhood club Orlando Pirates, where he is training to keep fit while he searches for a new team. So far no news has been revealed regarding the player signing for Pirates, he is just training with Pirates to keep fit.
  • Baroka FC coach Kgoloko Thobejane has no intention of attending coaching courses despite holding no papers himself. He believes he has all the football knowledge.
  • Former Bafana Bafana defender Matthew Booth admits that he would have liked to see Under-23 coach Owen da Gama take the full quota of over-age players to the Rio Olympics Games. The team heading to the Olympic Games in Rio included Itumeleng Khune and Eric Mathoho, both of Kaizer Chiefs in their squad that will face the likes of Neymar of Brazil.
  • Orlando Pirates have confirmed that the club has received an offer for their goalkeeper, Felipe Ovono. The Soweto giants have announced that Ovono will be travelling to Saudi Arabia for assessment, with the club having already received an offer for him. Currently Ovono is valued at about R3.1 million.
  • Baroka FC have signed Botswana international, Thabang Sesinyi. The 23-year-old has been training with the newly promoted outfit along with his countryman, Onkabetse Makgantai. The team is doing their best to strengthen their squad for their debut PSL season.
  • Willard Katsande is set to acquire his South African Permanent Residence Permit in the coming weeks, a move that will free up a foreign spot for Kaizer Chiefs. Katsande has been in the country for over 5 years which enables him to apply for permanent residency.
  • Sibusiso Vilakazi’s move to Mamelodi Sundowns has been confirmed. Vilakazi has signed a three-year deal with the Brazilians with a two-year option to extend. The deal involved R5 million, Ngele and Malajila to Bidvest Wits FC.
  • There is a new war between Kaizer Chiefs and Chippa United over Joseph Malongoane. The team was recently training with Kaizer Chiefs after signing a pre-contract with them. Chippa United indicated that the player is still contracted to them and has 2 years remaining on his contract with them. This means that if Chiefs are interested in signing him, they will have to buy him from Chippa United






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