The latest PSL transfer rumours feature Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates and their desperate bid to claw their way back to the top.

Here we wrap all the latest PSL transfer rumours on the pages of TheSouthAfrican.com and elsewhere.

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The latest PSL transfer rumours

Kaizer Chiefs coach happy with squad

Interim Kaizer Chiefs coach Cavin Johnson doesn’t need a squad refresh in January.

At least that is Johnson’s opinion.

“At the moment, I don’t want any player because I think that the time I’ve spent with them [players] is far too little,” said Johnson.

“If I can change players over two months, in fact, if there is any coach who can change players over two months, I will eat my hat.

“So yes, at the moment, there are some patterns that look like they work, but they are not working all the time. We need to make sure that it is repetition after repetition in order to make them work so that they can be better players.

“And I said this before, you join Chiefs as a good player, and as the coach, I should make you a better player. I’m not a magician, but we are working on it slowly.

“I would not say that I found the best combinations within the team as yet. I think they can be better,” added Johnson.

On-loan Orlando Pirates star wanted in KZN

Tshegofatso Mabasa, a striker with the Orlando Pirates on loan at Swallows, may be set to make a move as the January transfer window draws near.

With six goals in 13 league games to start his spell at Moroka Swallows, the gifted attacker has drawn attention from other teams, possibly paving the way for an early release from his loan term.

FARpost write: “AmaZulu FC, languishing in 10th place in the DStv Premiership and desperately seeking a reliable goalscorer, have reportedly set their sights on Mabasa. Usuthu’s struggles in front of goal are no secret, having netted a mere 11 goals in 15 matches so far this season.”

Coach sacked on Christmas

Kaitano Tembo, the coach of Richards Bay FC, has been fired.

After falling 1-0 to Kaizer Chiefs over the weekend, the Durban club had suffered their ninth defeat of the DStv Premiership season and Tembo got the axe.

A statement from the club read: “Richards Bay Football Club would like to announce the release of the Head Coach Mr. Kaitano Tembo with immediate effect.

“The Club would like to thank the coach for his contribution during this season. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

“Senior Coach Mr. Vusi Vilakazi will take over the first team until further notice.”

Orlando Pirates set to swop attacker for star from PSL rivals

Orlando Pirates are considering a swop deal involving one of their attackers in exchange for a player from one of their PSL rivals.

Bucs management are looking at a potential swop deal with striker Eva Nga.


Kaizer Chiefs target wants to be the best

Kaizer Chiefs target Khanyiso Mayo has the ambition to be South Africa’s best.

The Cape Town City man opened up about his ambitions recently.

“Like last season I’m currently one of the joint top goalscorers, which means I’m still in the race to compete and win the Golden Boot again, and this time I’m not sharing,” Mayo told KickOff.

“I want to be a solo winner and I want to be recognized amongst the best in the country. Yes, this season I did experience a slow start and it has to happen after coming back after pre-season.

“And the games were coming thick and fast because they were played back to back, you played three times in a space of seven days. But after getting quite a few rests, I managed to find my feet again. It was about finding that one goal that was going to open doors for more goals for me.

“What helped me is… I was patient, that’s what I emphasized to myself, even my Dad (South African legend Patrick Mayo) will attest that composure in the box, is one thing that no one can teach you.”

Orlando Pirates keen to sign former Kaizer Chiefs star!

Orlando Pirate are keeping tabs on a former Kaizer Chiefs player who recently left Amakhosi.

Will we see him represent both of the Soweto giants?


Chippa United coach wants to sell four

Morgan Mammila, the head coach of Chippa United, wants to sell four players at the end of the current campaign in order to raise money and bolster the team for the next one.

Mammila expressed his desire to cash in on four players in an interview with FARPost.

“I’m already making plans for next season for this team,” Mammila revealed. “I’ll be the happiest man if I can sell four players because there are four quality players that I think we can do business with. They’re sellable those.”

Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs target wanted abroad

Elias Mokwana reportedly has a surprise move in store.

Sekhukhune United and the player have now indicated that Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs could ultimately lose out on the player.

“Yes, there is a lot of interest in the player and you have to know that now it has emerged that there is interest from Europe and that has put a spanner in the works. It will make it a bit difficult for the local team to push for his move because the club will now be looking at the bigger picture which is Europe,” said a Soccer Laduma source.

“But you can’t write anything off because this is football and it’s full of surprises. But with the European interest it changes a lot about the player,” the source observed.

A leading Sundowns star has been linked with a move abroad.

He has been urged to take up a deal but says he is focused on his current club.


Sundowns take the lead in Mayo pursuit

Sundowns have the inside track on Khanyiso Mayo according to new reports.

“For now everything is pointing at Sundowns as the front runners to sign (Khanyisa) Mayo. What they are offering is good, not for anyone to refuse right now. They are really interested in the player and it will just depend on how City respond to the offer from Sundowns now.

“But as I have said, the offer looks really good to be turned down,” a source told Soccer Laduma.

Sundowns seal exciting South American signing

Mamelodi Sundowns are on the verge of an exciting South American signing.

Will he be another South American success?


Kaizer Chiefs find their coach

Amakhosi management have been in the market for a new coach.

Furthermore, headlines pertaining to the potential new Chiefs coach have dominated the media for months now. However, it turns out that they have decided on their man – for the rest of the season at least.


How have Kaizer Chiefs done in the transfer window

Kaizer Chiefs performance in the window is a subject that divides fans.

Have a look at who has flopped and who has flown.


Is this the Kaizer Chiefs January transfer shortlist?

Kaizer Chiefs wishlist has been revealed.

Find out more about who will sign for the Glamour Boys.


Spurs desperate to reinforce

Cape Town Spurs coach Ernst Middendorp says his side need to strengthen their squad to stand a better chance of surviving relegation from the DStv Premiership this season.

The Mother City side have endured a nightmare return to the South African top-flight with just three points from their opening 14 matches.


Five Kaizer Chiefs players who could leave in January

Kaizer Chiefs could be cleaning out in January.

Normally they would wait until June but desperate times call for desperate measures.


Chivaviro focused on Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs will only be expected to make a decision on striker Ranga Chivaviro at the end of the season accordint to reports.

A source told Soccer Laduma: “The boy is focused and won’t be disturbed by anything that’s being said outside of the club. He has a duty to do for the club and that’s where his focus is and the coach is happy with him.

“The player is on a two-year contract plus one-year option and therefore there is no rush about his situation. He is happy at the club and is enjoying his moment. He is focused on doing well for the club until the Christmas break,” the insider said.

Mosimane drops a hint

Clubless former Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane drops a hint and reveals love for the Soweto giants, saying he is prepared to take the job.

Speaking to a Johannesburg radio station, Kaya 959, Mosimane says he is prepared to work anywhere if a project excites him.


New signing heading out of Naturena?

One of Kaizer Chiefs latest signings is in danger of leaving Naturena in the up and coming January transfer window. Just 6 months after joining Amakhosi.

Amakhosi management are considering letting go of this talent.


New player spotted in training

We have spotted a new exciting talent training with Kaizer Chiefs at Naturena.

So, who is this exciting player tipped for big things?


Kaizer Chiefs on red alert

Pitso Mosimane has added fuel to the fire when it comes to rumours linking him to Kaizer Chiefs.

His words suggest it would be something he would be open to.


Winger’s place at Naturena in question

Tebogo Potsane may face question marks on his future at Chiefs.

“For now, we can say Tebogo (Potsane)’s future hangs in the balance. There are other players who are doing better than him in that position and that’s why his future is apparently uncertain,” a source told Soccer Laduma.

“You also know that different coaches prefer different players and maybe that’s the reason. What I am not sure of is whether he will be loaned out or permanently released. Mind you he still has a full three-year contract with the club which he signed for when he joined at the start of the season.

“So, it will depend on the technical team and what they want,” the source indicated.

FCSB name staggering price for ex-Kaizer Chiefs star Ngezana

Former Kaizer Chiefs star Siyabonga Ngezana has had a price tag slapped on him.

FCSB President George Becali is willing to cash in.


Kaizer Chiefs target on the market

Lesotho Mounted Police Services are reportedly prepared to let goalkeeper Sekhoane Moerane go if the price is right.

LMPS FC vice president Ezekiel Senti told KickOff that he would be happy to see Moerane move to PSL.

“We have not received anything officially at the moment. We only see the stories in the social media,” Senti said.

“He is a very good boy and quality goalkeeper. Our wish is to see him take his football to another level. He is too good to keep him in the team for a very long time. We are ready to listen to any offer as long as the team and the player are happy.

“We certainly want to see him playing in South Africa as it is one of the top leagues in Africa,” he added.

Forgotten Orlando Pirates wonderkid set for top flight return?

Chippa United are reportedly interested in signing former Orlando Pirates academy graduate Augustine Mahlonoko.

Many will remember Mahlonoko who made his debut for the Buccaneers at the tender age of 16 in 2018. Unfortunately for the skillful attacking midfielder, he was released by the club two years later.


Mosimane makes incredible Sundowns claims

Pitso Mosimane has revealed that Mamelodi Sundowns misssed out on a chance to sign Liverpool’s forward Luis Diaz while he was still coaching the Brazilians.

This comes after Down coach Manqoba Mngqithi mentioned that the club was also looking at signing Real Madrid star Vinicius Jr before he moved to Spain.


Sundowns set for releases

According to Soccer Laduma, Sundowns are set to make a string of releases.

One foreign player is among them while the other three are locals.

Glamour Boys set for R14 million windfall

A sell-on clause could net Kaizer Chiefs a cool R14 million.

One of their recent departures might bag the Glamour Boys a serious payday.


Orlando Pirates flop’s agent to have a word

The agent for Bienvenu Eva Nga is hoping to find a resolution to his clients game-time struggles at Orlando Pirates.

Charles Dominguez has promised to address his man’s problems with the club with great urgency.

“We will definitely have to engage Pirates on Eva Nga because his situation is a priority for me,” Dominguez told KickOff.

Spurs to clear out

Cape Town Spurs appear desperate to clean house and player releases are expected to continue.

After the release of Surprise Ralani, it seems that Sam Ramsbottom could be next out of the door.

Soccer Laduma report: “The latest news reaching the Siya crew’s desk is that 27-year-old Sam Ramsbottom’s time at the club could come to an end as he is understood to be on Middendorp’s chopping block.”

Pitso Mosimane shortlisted for Wydad job

Pitso Mosimane has been linked with a transfer to Wydad Casablanca in Morocco, amid the club’s present troubles, according to Le360Sport.

Adil Ramzi, the Red Castle’s current head coach, is said to be facing an uncertain future, with the 46-year-old set to be removed.

According to the same source, Mosimane, is on their four-man management shortlist, which also includes Tunisian coach Faouzi Benzarti, Petro de Luanda’s Alexandre Santos, and Egyptian Tarek Mostafa.

Kaizer Chiefs striker moving to Durban?

Kaizer Chiefs’ are reportedly set to release Wandile Duba.

Reports say AmaZulu could be his next home.


Chippa United want Orlando Pirates star

Chippa United reportedly want to make an Orlando Pirates star a Chilli Boy.

“It’s a loan deal and he will be going back to Pirates at the end of the season.

“He is still in the plans at Pirates,” a source told Soccer Laduma.

Stellies nail down stars

Stellenbosch FC have announced contract extensions for three midfield stars,

Jayden Adams, Devin Titus and Kyle Jurgens have signed new deals.

“Firstly, I want to thank the coaches and management because without their support this wouldn’t have happened,” Titus told Stellenbosch FC media according to iDiski Times.

“I have been with Stellenbosch FC since the beginning of my career with the club’s DDC team so it’s an exciting prospect for me to extend my stay, and with this new deal, I hope to be here for a long time.

“I’m very excited for the future and I hope that I will be able to continue helping the team compete for silverware in the coming seasons.”

Spurs get keeping boost

Cape Town Spurs have added a much-needed boost to their troubled goalkeeping department that has been leaking goals so far this season.

Spurs announced the arrival of former Mpumalanga Black Aces ‘keeper Thembalethu Moses.


Chiefs target could arrive as soon as January

With the window set to open in January Chiefs are reportedly about to swoop for AmaZulu midfielder Siphesihle Maduna.


Hands off Mudau

Khuliso Mudau is linked with a move to Burnley. Mamelodi Sundowns boss Rulani Mokwena says hands off.

The astute manager says there are no concrete offers for the talented right-back and states that he cannot entertain rumours.


Kaizer Chiefs and Sundowns set for another transfer duel!

Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United are set to battle it out for the signature of a promising goalkeeper.

A Lesotho international is reportedly attracting interest from the PSL.


Swallows captain wanted at Sundowns

Moroka Swallows captain Tlakusani Mthethwa could also be on Mamelodi Sundowns’ wanted list.

He has remained mum on the links but recently spoke to Soccer Laduma.

Kaizer Chiefs preparing triple deal with Richards Bay

Kaizer Chiefs and Richards Bay could be doing quite a bit of business with one another in January.

Find out more about a potential triple deal.


Gallo could be the next Chiefs coach

Kaizer Chiefs may start to play samba football soon.

Alexandre Gallo could land at the OR Tambo in the coming days.


Mamelodi Sundowns defender Khuliso Mudau finally opens up about links with a European club following reports that Burnley are interested.

The South African reported that the English Premier League side is monitoring Mudau after impressing at Sundowns.


Kaizer Chiefs to offer coach long-term deal

Amakhosi management want the new Kaizer Chiefs head coach to be the long-term solution.

Hence, plans to offer him a five-year deal.


Two Orlando Pirates stars linked with moves to Europe!

Orlando Pirates could soon say good-bye to two first team stars!

Star Bucs duo of Monnapule Saleng and Relebohile Mofokeng are both reportedly wanted in Europe.


Sekhukhune United slap R3 million price tag on star

With Sekhukhune United’s Vusumzi Mncube attracting interest, the player’s present employers are open to listen to offers, albeit he will not be a cheap buy according to Soccer Laduma.

The midfielder joined Babina Noko on a three-year agreement from JDR Stars in 2021.


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