The transfer window may be closed in South Africa, but a move from one Absa Premiership club means that there could still be a new signing coming in shortly…
SuperSport United had a relatively busy transfer window as they brought in Moses Waiswa and Thatayaone Ditlhokwe to add to their ranks, while they also agreed pre-contractual terms with Iqraam Reyners from Stellenbosch FC for July.
You may wonder how with Waiswa, Thatayaone Ditlhokwe, Ghampani Lungu, Evans Rusike and Kuda Mahachi, SuperSport hope to have space for Guily Manziba, a player who they’ve had training with them, but they’ve made a plan to make space…
Kaitano Tembo has been having a closer look at the Congolose winger as they look at bolstering their ranks for the start of 2020, but the fact that he is now a free agent means that a move wasn’t required in January as he trained with Matsatsantsa.
Zanaco, Manziba’s former club, confirmed his exit recently when they released a statement that read, “Guily Manziba is on the verge of moving to South African Premier League side SuperSport United. The Zanaco Football Club winger agreed personal terms with SuperSport. The transfer is expected to be completed soon.”
As reported in this week’s issue of Soccer Laduma, SuperSport have managed to secure a Permanent Residence Permit for Zimbabwean international, Mahachi, meaning that they will have one foreign spot left for Manziba if he does eventually sign.
SuperSport have already handed out three debuts this year to Ditlhokwe, Waiswa and young Jesse Donn, but it remains to be seen if Manziba will add to that list in the near future.