Five Players In Europe Who Could Return To SA
Five Players In Europe Who Could Return To South Africa
There are currently five European-based players currently being linked with a return to the Premier Soccer League.
The likes of Tsepo Masilela, Ayanda Patosi, Daylon Claasen and Dean Furman have all made a comeback in Mzansi before the age of 30 and it seems that several other South Africans are looking to follow in their footsteps.
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As reported in the past by the Siya crew, Rantie was being tracked by Cape Town City in the January transfer window, with the Citizens at the time eager to boost their attacking department. However, a move for the player failed to materialise at the time, as Rantie was still contracted to Genclerbirligi Ankara in Turkey.
However, Rantie will become a free agent on June 30, and according to sources, it seems likely that the former Orlando Pirates striker could be making his way back home.
Erasmus, who is currently a free agent, was released by Stade Rennais FC in February this year, however, according to FIFA rules and regulations, the player has to wait until the upcoming July/August transfer window to be registered to play elsewhere.
As things stand, returning home could be a possibility for the 27-year-old.
Masango returned to his parent club, Randers FC in Denmark, following his loan stint with SuperSport United, will see his contract come to an end on June 30 this year.
As previously reported by the Siya crew, City were showing interest in the player, although no move materialised at the time.
Now, as things stand, the player could be making his way back to Mzansi when he becomes a free agent on June 30.
Manyama made the move to Atiker Konyaspor from Cape Town City just last season, however, as previously revealed by the Siya crew, the Bafana Bafana international has been strongly linked with a move back home.
After no move could materialise during the January transfer window, due to FIFA rules, Manyama could likely return to Mzansi during the next window, in the July/August transfer period.
Jali recently sparked heavy speculation in the media about his next destination, after he confirmed that he will be returning to South Africa when his contract with KV Oostende comes to an end on June 30 this year.
According to Siya sources, these are the five South Africans currently linked with a move back to the PSL during the upcoming July/August transfer window.