TRANSFER WATCH: The Latest Rumours & Done Deals
This week's transfer news 24-29 July
Today, we take a look at some of the biggest transfer rumours and deals that have made headlines in Mzansi in the last week.
With the transfer window now starting to gain momentum, Mzansi’s top teams have been carrying out their plans to restructure their squads for next season, and there are undoubtedly numerous more deals to be completed before the window slams shut at the end of August. The Siya crew have been on top of things and are keeping you updated on the latest developments throughout the country.
Click through the images above or see our list below to see which transfer rumours and deals have made the headlines in over the course of this week.
Kaizer Chiefs are believed to be locked in talks with Chippa United over the potential transfer of Tshwarelo Bereng.
Kudakwashe Mahachi could return to Mamelodi Sundowns for the new season, as his immediate future with Golden Arrows is yet to be confirmed.
Orlando Pirates may be set to lose out on Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic, with Zamalek making a big money offer to the 47-year-old.
Orlando Pirates have signed Musa Nyatama, as confirmed by the club’s official Twitter account.
A Saudi Arabian club has put in a bid for Khama Billiat and he has turned down Sundowns’ new deal after the two parties were unable to come to a mutual agreement regarding the 26-year-old’s salary demands.
Platinum Stars have completed the signing of former Orlando Pirates midfielder, Lehlogonolo Masalesa.
Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the signing of Dumisani Zuma
Kaizer Chiefs and Jonatan Philippe are believed to have agreed to terms in principle ahead of the player’s move to the club, although nothing has been signed at this point.
SuperSport United have announced the acquisition of Siyabonga Nhlapo from Bidvest Wits on a permanent transfer, as well as Zimbabwe international striker, Prince Dube from Highlanders.
Mamelodi Sundowns are still keen on trying to land Aubrey Ngoma as the Brazilians are yet to close in on their first new signing in the current transfer window.