The transfer window is closed, but Premier Soccer League clubs can still sign some top players who are free agents.
George Lebese managed to get his clearance from Mamelodi Sundowns before the close of the transfer window last week and has been linked with a move abroad, though there could be a few local clubs interested in having him on board. He has been training on his own, hoping to get a deal in the near future.
Former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Thabo Nthethe recently spoke of making a comeback after an injury ended his chances of joining Baroka FC in the second half of last season, following his release from Chippa United. In an interview with KickOff.com in July, he was confident he’d find a new home soon.
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During their most recent clearance, Kaizer Chiefs parted ways with Bongolethu Jayiya, after a disappointing two seasons with the Soweto giants. He has not joined any club and would be a good addition for any club looking for a player to play on the flanks.
Former Amakhosi players Reneilwe Letsholonyane and Tsepo Masilela are not calling it quits yet and have stated that they still want to play the game. Letsholonyane has been training with Highlands Park, while Masilela is currently in the USA.
Jabulani Shongwe’s time with Highlands lasted only half a season and he is now on the look out for a new club. He was training with Swallows FC recently, but it seems he might not be offered a deal there.
Sifiso Myeni has been without a club since leaving Bidvest Wits at the end of the 2017/18 season, having tried his luck at Bloemfontein Celtic and . Speaking of Wits, experienced defender Robyn Johannes and striker Prince Nxumalo were released by the Clever Boys before the window closed. Johannes is said to be heading to Stellenbosch, while it’s unclear where Nxumalo will go.
Letladi Madubanya left Baroka FC last month and is another who can add value for clubs looking for a versatile player.
Vuyo Mere, who parted ways with Wits, is on the verge of signing for GladAfrica Championship side Swallows FC.