Transfer news: Latest rumours from Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns & all PSL teams

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Thulani Hlatshwayo, Orlando Pirates, August 2021
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GOAL takes a look at the latest transfer stories from the Premier Soccer League ahead of the July-August 2022 transfer window

Hlatshwayo:Ex-Pirates defender open to Chiefs move

Thulani Hlatshwayo, Orlando Pirates, October 2021

Former Orlando Pirates defender Thulani 'Tyson' Hlatshwayo is reportedly open to joining Bucs' arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs. 
Hlatshwayo is a free agent having parted ways with the Buccaneers after just spending two seasons with the club and he would be willing to join Chiefs if he is approached by the Glamour Boys.

This is according to The Citizen.

Maart: Chiefs & Sekhukhune reach agreement on midfielder

Aubrey Modiba, Mamelodi Sundowns & Yusuf Maart, Sekhukhune United, May 2022

Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly set to announce Yusuf Maart as their new player after agreeing on the transfer fee with Sekhukhune United for the transfer of the midfielder.

The Bafana Bafana star is also reported to have finalised personal terms with the Soweto giants and is left with just signing a contract.

Read more here

Makgaka: Pirates set to terminate winger's contract

Collins Makgaka, Orlando Pirates, November 2020

Orlando Pirates are reportedly set to part ways with Collins Makgaka.

There is a possibility of mutual contract termination on the cards before the start of the new campaign according to the latest reports.

Check out the report here.

Mngonyama: Pirates to release versatile defender

Kwanda Mngonyama, Orlando Pirates, October 2021

Orlando Pirates are said to have decided to release Kwanda Mngonyama.

The lanky defender struggled for game time this season and he has been tipped to leave the Soweto giants.

The report is available here.

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Cele: Poland-based midfielder eager to join Chiefs

Thabo Cele, South Africa U23, July 2021

Former South Africa under-23 star Thabo Cele is reportedly keen to join Kaizer Chiefs in order to boost his chances of playing for Bafana Bafana.

It was recently revealed that Amakhosi made an offer of over R1.5 million for the Radomiak midfielder with the Polish side determined to hold onto the player.

The full report is here.

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