With the January transfer window looming, FARPost takes a look at some big deals that could be concluded next month.
Baroka have been the busiest club in this January transfer window, having recently since completed the signings of the likes of Kgotso Maloka and Mogau Kwinana.
Stellenbosch, on the other hand, have secured the services of Granwald Scott, Ovidy Karuru and Ali Ntsengi.
However the big three Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates are yet to confirm new signings.
Aubrey Modiba (SuperSport United to Sundowns)
The Brazilians are believed to be keen on bringing the player to the club in the upcoming January transfer window.
Bradley Grobler (SuperSport United to Sundowns or Pirates)
The Matsatsantsa striker has attracted interest from both Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates
Mduduzi Mdantsane (Baroka to Cape Town City)
Cape Town City appear to have won the race to sign the former Baroka attacking midfielder. He was also linked with Chiefs.
Siphelele Ntshangase (Chiefs to Leopards)
Black Leopards are believed to be on the hunt for the signature of their former player, at least on loan.
Aubrey Ngoma (Sundowns to Cape Town City)
The Citizens are expected to wrap up negotiations to re-sign the player on loan.
James Kotei (Chiefs to Simba)
The Ghanaian defensive midfielder is linked with his former team Simba SC of Tanzania.
Bongani Sam (Pirates to Chippa)
The Bucs left back is thought to be one of the Pirates players going on loan to the Chilli Boys.
Lucky Mohomi (Sundowns to SuperSport)
The midfielder has attracted interest from clubs in Gauteng including SuperSport United.
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By Robert Matakanye