The Premier Soccer League has confirmed that the domestic transfer window is set to slam shut at midnight tonight, and here's what we could anticipate.
PSL transfer deadline day is here and a number of reported deals that are yet to be completed have only a few hours left to go through in 2020.
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The League has confirmed that despite the Covid-19 situation and national lockdown restrictions, their Parktown offices will remain open until 00h00 tonight.
Clubs such as Mamelodi Sundowns are expected to make a couple of deadline-day moves, mostly with players being shipped out of Chloorkop.
The likes of Phakamani Mahlambi, Tiyani Mabunda, Anthony Laffor and Wayne Arendse are among the players reported to have fallen out of favour at The Brazilians, but uncertainty also surrounds others such as Reyaad Pieterse and Jody February.
Sundowns have also previously had a bid for defender Rushine De Reuck turned down by Maritzburg United, but could make a last-minute second offer for his services.
Maritzburg, meanwhile, have been in talks with former Ghana international Sulley Muntari, though any potential deal is not bound by the transfer window as the player is a free agent.
Top-flight rookies Swallows FC have been on a rampant signing spree since gaining promotion and would not be shy to squeeze in a good deal before midnight, while AmaZulu's re-building could also see a couple more arrivals.
Kaizer Chiefs remain banned in the current window as well as the next one, which will run from 1 February to 1 March 2021, after their failed CAS appeal.
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