With the 2014/15 Absa Premiership having entered into its final four months of the season, players with six months left on their contract will be able to enter into talks with other clubs over a possible move.
Today, the Fan Park crew looks at PSL players that could still sign a pre-contract, despite the transfer window having closed on January 30.
The Orlando Pirates midfielder was expected to join Mamelodi Sundowns during the January transfer window, but with talks having hit a few snags along the way, no deal transpired. Still, there is a window of opportunity for Sundowns to clinch his services, and that is by order of a pre-contract.
Undeniably one of the biggest transfer speculation stories this past month, Khune’s contract will end with Kaizer Chiefs at the end of June. He may be remaining at Naturena for the remainder of the season, but his future is still widely unknown. Who knows if he will pen a pre-contract with a team outside of Soweto?
The Kaizer Chiefs veteran may have extended his contract with Amakhosi last August, but with his new deal having seen him granted next to no game time, Dladla could look for a new team. He is said to be eager to make a return to Denmark, and if a good offer comes his way, he could decide to put pen-to-paper in a pre-contract deal.
The Moroka Swallows striker may have resurrected his career with the Dube Birds, but he could change the direction of his flight and move from Dobsonville to Braamfontein based club, Bidvest Wits. With his deal set to expire in June, Chabangu will be looking to secure a club for the final few years of his career.
The tricky winger has been in talks with Downs management for some time now, but is yet to reach an agreement. With Patrice Motsepe reportedly only offering a one-year extension to his soon-to-be-ending contract, Pelembe could be prized away by another club if someone offers him a pre-contract deal that could tempt him to commit himself to another club before his deal ends at Chloorkop.
Where do you think these players should go if they sign on a pre-contract?