The latest PSL transfer rumours include Orlando Pirates being on high alert over an international striker.
Here we run down the latest transfer rumours and South Africa football gossip.
Amazulu set to make the first signing of the window
Cape Town Cityâ€™s Abbubaker Mobara is reportedly on his way to Durban to join Benni McCarthy at Amazulu.
â€œThe versatile player [Abbubaker Mobara], who was linked with a return to his previous club, Orlando Pirates, last year, is, according to sources, in advanced discussions with Usuthu,â€Â Soccer LadumaÂ report.
The 27-year-old has been struggling with game-time at the Citizens, and would could find a spot in the Amazulu setup as McCarthy seeks a partner for Tapelo Xoki.Â
Royal AM warning does not deter Orlando Pirates
Orlando Pirates are undeterred by a hands-off warning issued by Royal AM.
Sources close to the player claim that he is interested in furthering his career in Gauteng.
Letsoalo has attracted attention from Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns but Orlando Pirates are prepared to be patient to get their man.
â€œOrlando Pirates are still very interested in Victor Letsoalo and as part of the attempts to get the player, the club is keen on entering into a swap deal with one of their players. Royal AM have had a few players wanting to leave and Victor is one of them, as well as the likes of Jackson Mabokgwane and Sera Motebang,â€ said the source.
â€œRoyal AM wouldnâ€™t want to lose a top player like Letsoalo on a free and despite having previously said that he is not for sale, the club will listen if a right offer comes in fear of losing him without getting anything for him. The main thing for the club is to do well this season in the league and the aim is to finish on a respectable position and after that you can expect anything regarding player movements,â€ the source added.Â Â Â
Kaizer Chiefs desperate to offload Lazarous Kambole
Kaizer Chiefs are believed to be working to get Lazarous Kambole off their books.
Kambole is out of favour of Naturena and is taking up a valuable foreign player slot.
KickOffÂ reports that Sudanese club Al Hilal have expressed interest in the forward but he would need to take a pay cut to make the deal happen.
Orlando Pirates recall loaned midfielder
Orlando Pirates have recalled loanee Bonisile Mbangwa from Pele Pele and are said to be considering handing a first team berth to the player.
â€œPirates have recalled their youngster Mbangwa from Pele Pele. He has been handed a senior team contract after being called into the office on Friday,â€ said the source close to the club.
Pirates have drawn criticism for their failure to utilise talents that come through their system with a number of players thriving elsewhere leaving the Sea Robbers to wonder what might have been.