There are several South African players who are still currently without a club for the new 2018/19 season.
The 2018/19 domestic campaign got underway in early August this year, with clubs having the chance to bolster their squads during the July/August transfer window.
However, while making new signings, several clubs parted ways with some of their players, with the likes of Tsepo Masilela and Tefu Mashamaite still free agents after four months since June 30.
Masilela, who plied his trade in both Spain and Israel before returning to South Africa to win two Absa Premiership titles with Kaizer Chiefs, is still without a club. The 33-year-old parted ways with Amakhosi at the end of his contract on June 30 but is still on the hunt for a new footballing home.
Graham officially parted ways with Ajax Cape Town on June 30, after he spent the whole of the 2017/18 season training with the MultiChoice Diski Challenge. Siya sources revealed that the player was in Europe trying to land a deal with an undisclosed club. However, Graham has since returned to Mzansi, with Siya sources revealing that the player was set to train with Bidvest Wits earlier this season but didn’t show.
Masango recently saw his stint in Europe come to an end after he parted ways with Randers FC in Denmark.
Gumede is still a free agent after leaving Cape Town City on June 30.
Mashamaite, who enjoyed successful stints with Chiefs and SuperSport United, is still a free agent, after parting ways with Matsatsantsa on June 30 this year.
Mashaba is still without a club after leaving Mamelodi Sundowns last year, with Siya sources indicating that the player could finally land himself a deal in January next year, however, nothing has been confirmed as yet.