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Latest PSL transfer news involving Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, and other PSL clubs.

PSL Transfer News
Latest PSL transfer news.

PSL Transfer News: Chiefs eyeing Gallo and Magoola, Ngcobo linked with Amazulu

One of the clubs that is mostly talked about is Kaizer Chiefs.

The Naturena based club is set to undergo major changes in the next coming months.

One of the changes expected at the club is the appointment of the new coach, and with several big names like Pitso Mosimane and Nasreddine Nabi linked with the post, another name has been added to the mix.

According to Kick Off, Amakhosi is in talks with Brazilian coach, Alexandre Gallo to take over the vacant head coach job.

Meanwhile, the club is said to be also looking to bring in Richards Bay goalkeeper Salim Magoola while Amazulu has shown interest in Njabulo Ngcobo.

Otladisa Unhappy At Pirates, Seema Joins Sekhukhune

Amakhosi’s town rivals Orlando Pirates are said to be on the brink to lose former Mamelodi Sundowns star Katlego Otladisa less than six months after he joined the club on a five-year deal from Marumo Gallants.

The 27-year-old is said to have placed in transfer request due to lack of game time.

Meanwhile, former Pirates star Lehlohonolo Seema has joined Sekhukhune United as head coach a few days after leaving Polokwane City.

He replaces Brandon Truter, who parted ways with Babina Noko last week.

Sundowns Miss Out On Mailula Loan Deal

While the Brazilians are set to return to domestic action next week, the Brazilians are likely to lose out on an opportunity to sign former player Cassius Mailula on loan.

According to reports, Sundowns was keen to loan the Toronto FC attacker for a month in January, but due to 2023 AFCON tournament, it won’t be possible.

MLS and Dstv Premiership seasons resumes in February the same month as AFCON tournament will end.

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