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PSL transfer news Bloemfontein Celtic sign Vuyisile Wana, Lantshene Phalane, Camaldine Abraw

Posted: 12 June 2015 Time: 16:46

Bloemfontein Celtic have announced the triple signing of Moroka Swallows pair Vuyisile Wana and Lantshene Phalane, as well as Free State Stars striker Camaldine Abraw.

Both Dube Birds players have put pen to paper on three-year deals with Phunya Sele Sele as they continue to strengthen ahead of the 2016/16 season.

Celtic's website states: 'Phalane has showed prowess with his meticulous style of play as a modern defensive midfielder of note who capable of defending and distributing spotlessly.

'Wana’s ferocious runs complimented with wonderful goalscoring ability were recently rewarded with a national call-up and clearly Celtic has signed two experienced players that will add value.'

Celtic chairman Max Tshabalala adds: "We are absolutely delighted to announce the purchasing of such great talent and this distinctively shows our intentions to build a sound and prosperous combination.

"The technical team has identified missing links from our current squad and immediately made recommendations.

"Our increasingly ardent supporters have always wanted us to retain the top players and to sign top-quality players. We are on a mission to build a winning team and to reward our loyal supporters."

On the signing of Abraw, Tshabalala confirms: "We are completely baffled by the alleged interest in Abraw by [Kaizer] Chiefs. After being identified by our technical team as one of the players to be signed for this season [2015/16], he was approached and subsequent to that we made an offer that he accepted and signed at our offices.

"As far as we know, Abraw he will be flying back into the country when he is done with his international duties. The team is ready to compete and with players like Abraw we will be able to challenge for silverware."

Celtic have also recently announced the acquisitions of Thabang Matuka from Maritzburg United and Geofrey Massa from Universty of Pretoria.

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