Kaizer Chiefs finally unveiled eight new signings ahead of the next Absa Premiership season, seeing them pay for only two of their signatures and resulting in them saving a massive amount of money.
Amakhosi management have often been criticised for their hesitancy in digging deep into their pockets, and bringing in players who aren't considered "Chiefs quality".
This transfer market, however, has seen a different story unravel, and Bobby Motaung has managed to bring in some solid additions to the team.
PSL champion Ramahlwe Mphahlele was one of the players revealed, and they snapped the former Mamelodi Sundowns captain up for a bargain as a free agent.
If Chiefs signed "Rama" a year ago, they would have had to play roughly R10.2 million for his services.
The 26-year-old isn't the only one the club saved money on, as they only splashed cash for the expertise of the Zimbabwean duo Edmore Chirambadare and Michelle Katsvairo.
Eager to see how much Chiefs saved on each player? Take a look through the gallery above!
In total, the Soweto giants saved about R22.52 million in securing the majority of their new players for free. Which signing are you most happy with?