Every year, PSL players are tipped to make a move to Europe, but only a select few actually land up heading to the Northern Hemisphere. Will they ever take the step?
Today, we take a look at players who have been linked with a move abroad, but are yet to take that all-important step.
The Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper has long been tipped to take his football out of Mzansi, but he has never done so for one reason or another. Now 29 and injury-prone, it is unlikely Khune will ever make the move abroad.
At 23, he is the perfect age to try his luck in a different league, and he certainly possesses the quality to do so. He was granted the opportunity to move to Greece during this transfer window, but contractual disputes reportedly saw the deal fall through. Will he ever be ready?
The Mamelodi Sundowns star is now 26 and he should already be playing in Europe if he has any hopes of playing in the top leagues. Many feel this window was probably his last real opportunity to do so. Do you agree?
The midfielder saw his form take a dive last season, but it wasn't long ago that he, too, was linked with the possibility of moving to Europe. However, if he can't cut it at Orlando Pirates, can he do so in football's biggest hub?
The Ajax Cape Town goalkeeper is still very young and Muhsin Ertugral once dubbed him as "one of the greatest talents to come out of South Africa". If he plays regularly for his side, he could very well be heading across to Ajax Amsterdam for a trial.
Do you think any of these players will move to Europe one day?