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PSL confirmed transfers: Who’s in, who’s out

As the 2023/24 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season marches on, the buzz and strategic manoeuvring of the mid-season transfer window have been pivotal. Clubs across the league have actively strengthened their rosters, with PSL confirmed transfers grabbing the spotlight.

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These moves go beyond mere talent acquisition, they embody each club’s strategic vision for the latter half of the season.

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Mamelodi Sundowns have been particularly active, securing the likes of Thapelo Maseko from SuperSport United and Junior Mendieta from Stellenbosch.

Their ambitious drive didn’t stop there, as they welcomed Lesiba Nku, Lucas Ribeiro Costa, Bathusi Aubaas, Zuko Mdunyelwa, and Matias Esquivel, showcasing a robust strategy for depth and diversity in their squad.

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Golden Arrows have not held back either, bringing in Bradley Cross, Tebogo Motloung, Olwethu Ncube, Angelo van Rooi, Lungelo Nguse, Ismael Watenga, Nhlanhla Zwane, and Gbagbo Magbi, among others. This significant influx of players could be a game-changer for their season prospects.


AmaZulu’s transfer strategy has been equally noteworthy, with Celimpilo Ngema, Mondli Mbanjwa, Mfanafuthi Mkhize, and others joining their ranks. Notably, Augustine Mulenga’s switch from Chippa United adds considerable experience to their lineup.

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On the other hand, Cape Town City has been strategic in their signings, with Ramazani Tshimanga and Tshegofatso Nyama bolstering their squad. The addition of Emile Witbooi from the School of Excellence indicates a focus on nurturing young talent.


The strategic implications of these transfers are profound. Clubs like Mamelodi Sundowns and AmaZulu have significantly increased their depth, potentially altering the league’s competitive dynamics.

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These transfers aren’t just about the current season; they lay foundations for future campaigns.


As the transfer window drew to a close, last-minute deals were sealed, further intensifying the league’s competitive nature. These closing deals, often strategic masterstrokes, could be pivotal in determining the fate of many teams in the latter half of the season.

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The PSL 2023/24 mid-season transfer window has been a testament to strategic planning and foresight. With “PSL Confirmed Transfers” reshaping teams, the stage is set for an exhilarating second half of the season.

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The impact of these transfers will be closely watched by fans and analysts alike, as they could very well dictate the tempo of the league’s unfolding drama.