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There are a few players (and coaches) who may sign deals at respective PSL clubs.
Some have already recently secured deals including Prince Nxumalo, who has signed for until the end of the season with Limpopo outfit, Baroka. Some are close to signing…
The ex Kaizer Chiefs left back is on the verge of signing for KwaZulu Natal side, AmaZulu. Masilela, 34, has done enough to impress coach Jozef Vukusic and is set for a deal that could be until the end of the 2019/2020 campaign. Masilela would relish this opportunity considering he last played in April 2018 while in the books of Kaizer Chiefs.
The Kenyan remains a possible signing for Orlando Pirates, who have given him the opportunity to train with the club over the last few weeks. The central defender is without a club after parting ways with Maritzburg United some months ago.
The striker has been trying his luck with Bloemfontein Celtic. Since his goal scoring exploits in the Multichoice Diski Challenge three years ago – netting 9 goals in 15 matches to finish as top scorer, Letlotlo has suffered somewhat of a misfortune with injuries and failing to shine at Baroka, where he was on loan from Kaizer Chiefs. Now clubless, the 23-year-old would be hoping to secure a deal sooner rather than later.
Word doing the rounds is that the Bidvest Wits midfielder has so far snubbed efforts from the club to tie him down to a new contract. With his contract expiring in June 2020, it’s understood that the Clever Boys have offered him an extension. Wits also apparently have a one-year option, but Monare seemingly wants to move on. We will keep track of the developments.
On the coaching front, SuperSport United’s MTN8-winning coach is set to sign a new deal with Matsatsantsa.
Tembo is in the last year of his contract with the Tshwane club and after winning the Wafa Wafa competition by beating Highlands Park 1-0 recently, SuperSport are moving fast to offer him an extension, which it’s thought he’s happy to sign. This will ensure he continues his association with the club that has gone on for years from his playing days.
By Tiyani wa ka Mabasa