The Latest PSL transfer rumours: Thursday 30 June 2022

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As we approach the official opening of the PSL transfer window it has been Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates who have dominated the gossip.

Rumours abound but Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates have also confirmed a few signings and other clubs have also joined the party.


Kaizer Chiefs have not signed an international striker

Kaizer Chiefs say they have not signed a Young Africans SC striker.

Reports on the matter have been dismissed as fake news.

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Orlando Pirates transfer report

Orlando Pirates have been busy in the transfer window.

They might be done yet though, and could be about to swoop.

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Kaizer Chiefs still looking to bring in another striker

Kaizer Chiefs
Arthur Zwane, the man at the helm of one of the toughest job in Africa. Image: @Lorenz_KO / Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly looking to sign another striking option.

The club have recruited extensively but Arthur Zwane is believed to want more options up front with a squad rotation system favoured.

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Cavin Johnson tells Kodisang to stay in Europe

Former Orlando Pirates coach Cavin Johnson hopes that Kabelo Kodisang heeds the advice he imparted years ago.

“I always try to teach Kodisang that you have an opportunity to go overseas, take it, and he has been there for a while now at Braga. He has grown a bit, but naturally, he is an exceptional player, level-minded,” Johnson told Soccer Laduma.

“He played well for Braga B side in Portugal, and he even got a chance to play in the first team. I know the boy is pushing very hard, and I always encourage players to stay in Europe, try and stay there as long as you can; he is only 22, and he is likely to get seen by more people.

“My advice to Kodisang is to stay in Europe and prove himself, I think he’s got a lot to prove, he is still young, and South Africa will see him soon, but for now, I suggest he remains in Europe, ‘stay there my boy, don’t close the door and make a name for yourself’.

“If they [Braga] want to loan him out, let it be a team in Europe as there is more exposure, there is talent identification.”


Former Amazulu coach spotted at Richard’s Bay

Richards Bay KwaZulu-Natal Kaizer Chiefs
There will be no fewer than FIVE teams from the KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa’s top-flight next season. Photo: Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix

Former AmaZulu FC assistant coach Vasili Manousakis has reportedly been spotted at newly-promoted Richards Bay FC.

“Manousakis, who previously assisted Benni McCarthy at Usuthu, is now believed to have joined Richards Bay as a Technical Advisor,” writes Nkululeko Dladla.

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