Kaizer Chiefs to snap up Bafana hopeful and more PSL rumours


The Premier Soccer League continues to captivate even when there is not action on the field as clubs like Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Amazulu and Mamelodi Sundowns generate significant buzz.

Here we wrap the latest PSL transfer rumours and South African football gossip.


Kaizer Chiefs among five top clubs targeting Bongani Zungu

Bongani Zungu is one of the most undecided men in Mzansi right now. Image: @superjourno / Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns will need to sweeten the deal if they are to attract Bongani Zungu back to South Africa.

Clubs from North Africa and Europe are said to be interested in signing the talented midfielder.

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Orlando Pirates consider re-run with former coach

Benni McCarthy Kaizer Chiefs
Benni McCarthy says the continued reports linking him with the coaching roles at both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are mere speculation. Photo: Ryan Wilkisky/Sports Inc

Orlando Pirates have been circling Benni McCarthy as a potential new head coach for some time.

However, it now seems that he may have a rival for the post who has already held the position.

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Bafana hopeful to sign for Kaizer Chiefs

Breaking PSL transfer news
Thabo Cele in action. Photo: Masashi Hara/Getty Images

Thabo Cele is reportedly keen to join Chiefs in order to boost his chances of playing for the national side.

Cele has sought a move to Europe already rejecting an offer from the club but is believed to have had a change of heart.

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SuperSport starlet open to move to Soweto Giants

Kaizer Chiefs transfer target Luke Fleurs has confirmed that he’s ready to take up a NEW challenge!

The defender has been linked to the Amakhosi during recent weeks.

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Lazarous Kambole rises after release

Lazarous Kambole has seemingly bounced back from his release from Kaizer Chiefs.

Kambole is said to be close to signing with a new club.

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Patosi hasn’t spoken to South African clubs

According to a Soccer Laduma report, Ayanda Patosi, has not spoken to South African clubs.

Patosi said he was open to a homecoming but hadn’t received a concrete offer from South Africa.

“I don’t really know what’s going to happen, and I haven’t made my decision. It’s true that I have offers from other clubs as well and I have to be careful and sure in making my decision. I have offers from other clubs in Iran, and there’s another offer from a club elsewhere, but I don’t want to mention the club or country now,” Patosi told Soccer Laduma.

“In terms of coming back to South Africa, I am open to anything, and I can’t rule out anything. You can never really know, and I can’t say I won’t be coming back to South Africa next season. I do see articles on[1]the line linking me with a return to SA, and that ( Kaizer ) chief and other clubs are interested in me, but I have not spoken to anyone about joining any of the clubs.”



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