The PSL transfer window wrapped up a couple weeks ago, and there were plenty of deals that left fans biting at the bit. But of all the transfers, which ones could form a formidable team? Let's take a look!
Both Bidvest Wits and SuperSport United pulled off great transfer campaigns, while Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs were equally busy.
Mamelodi Sundowns made six smart signings, with both Anele Ngcongca and Sibusiso Vilakazi featuring in this team.
The right flank was, undoubtedly, the hardest position to fill as Wits added great depth to their right wing in the shape of Sifiso Myeni and Mogakolodi Ngele, while Ajax Cape Town also added Lebohang Mokoena to their books.
The Botswana international makes the team, though, due to Gavin Hunt considering him a better player than "Vila" at this point in time, who he formed part a swap deal for.
Highlands Park were always going to find it difficult to secure top talent, but they managed to pull off a great signing when they secured the services of veteran striker Collins Mbesuma.
The Zambian striker finished as the league's top scorer last term, and if he continues in the same vein, he could well be the man to watch out for.
Here is Fan Park's PSL best transferred XI of the latest transfer window:
GK: Reyaad Pieterse (To SuperSport United from Kaizer Chiefs)
LB: Aubrey Modiba (To SuperSport United from Cape Town City)
CB: Abbubaker Mobara (To Orlando Pirates from Ajax Cape Town)
CB: Tefu Mashamaite (To SuperSport United from Hacken)
RB: Anele Ngcongca (To Mamelodi Sundowns from Genk)
LW: Riyaad Norodien (To Orlando Pirates from Ajax Cape Town)
CM: Reneilwe Letsholonyane (To SuperSport United from Kaizer Chiefs)
AM: Sibusiso Vilakazi (To Mamelodi Sundowns from Bidvest Wits)
RW: Mogakolodi Ngele (To Bidvest Wits from Mamelodi Sundowns)
FW: Collins Mbesuma (To Highlands Park from Cape Town City)
FW: Cuthbert Malajila (To Bidvest Wits from Mamelodi Sundowns)
What do you make of this team?