A PSL club is using the FIFA international break to bolster its side ahead of the re-commencement of the 2018/19 Absa Premiership season.
Veteran Zambian defender Davies Nkausu, as well as former Polokwane City defender Thabiso Semenya, have found a new home, after signing with Baroka FC this week.
Looking at the log table, and particularly the goals conceded, Baroka have seen a need to reinforce the defence for coach Wedson Nyirenda’s team.
Bakgaga have conceded 10 goals from the 10 matches so far this season. The side is in 15th place on the log with only one win.
Nkausu was an unused substitute for Bakgaga in their most recent match, against SuperSport United. Meanwhile, the Limpopo outfit is expected to conclude the signing of Zambian striker Lazarous Kambole, who has emerged as the transfer target for the club in recent weeks.
The highly-rated forward, who had been linked with Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and Black Leopards prior to the start of the season, is said to be on the list of players targeted for Nyirenda’s squad for the remainder of the season, although the club’s CEO Morgan Mammila would not confirm or deny interest in the player.
“Give me a few days and I will let you know about it. Once he has landed you will know,” Mammila told the Siya crew.