With the new 2019/20 Premier Soccer League season getting underway tomorrow, there are still players who are without clubs and would make decent additions if signed on at any point during the campaign.
The Siya crew looked at the top 5 free agents who have experience in the domestic league, but find themselves in limbo having left their previous employers.
‘Yeye’ turned 37 last month and did not renew his SuperSport United contract and has recently been posting videos of himself keeping fit. The former Kaizer Chiefs midfield maestro this week got a call-up to the Bafana Bafana CHAN squad.
A league winner with both Mamelodi Sundowns and Bidvest Wits, the Zimbabwean forward has been linked with Bloemfontein Celtic and Black Leopards recently, but nothing has materialised to date. He is 33-years-old.
He’s been trying to land a contract abroad since he was released by Chiefs. Perhaps if nothing concrete comes up he will consider possible offers locally – he can bring some firepower upfront on his day.
Currently with Sundowns and looking to impress coach Pitso Mosimane, who has told the media he is willing to give the ex-English Premier League star a fresh start.
Was linked heavily with a move to Chiefs, but it appears as though interest from Naturena has weaned. Qalinge has trained with SuperSport, who could very well take him on board in the coming days.
In addition there is also veterans Mark Mayambela, Vuyo Mere who have both played for some of the top clubs in the country, but are now in the twilight of their careers. Mayambela cut ties with Chippa United, while Mere did not have his contract at Bidvest Wits renewed – the duo probably still have some mileage in their legs for one or two more seasons.