Latest transfer rumours from Kaizer Chiefs and more

We are just a few weeks away from the opening of the transfer window and the rumour mill has reached fever pitch with Kaizer Chiefs at its centre.

Swallows FC winger agrees deal with Kaizer Chiefs

Swallows FC winger Kgaogelo ‘Kigi’ Sekgota has reportedly been secured by Kaizer Chiefs.

Sekgota is a former teammate of trialist Jardel Rodrigues Afonso Nazare, who has undergone a medical at Naturena and the players share an agent.

Despite being just 23-years-old, Sekgota is well travelled having enjoyed stints in Lithuania and Portugal.

The wide man has proven useful to Swallows this season, featuring in 21 PSL matches and being directly involved in five goals.

Former Sundowns star defender spotted at Tuks

Wayne Arendse of Mamelodi Sundowns during the Absa Premiership 2018/19 match between Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns at the Orlando Stadium, Soweto on the 01 April 2019 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix

Former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Wayne Arendse has been spotted training at NFD club University of Pretoria.

Arendse was released by Sundowns after the end of the 2019/20 season but a source within Tuks has revealed that the second-tier outfit feel he can add value to their sqaud.

“You can never doubt the quality Wayne Arendse possesses, he has a wealth of experience,” the source told

“He has won many trophies with Sundowns including the CAF Champions League and the played in the Club World Cup. The club might consider signing him for next season.”

TS Galaxy sign Nigerian striker

TS Galaxy have confirmed the signing of Nigerian striker Augustine Kwem.

The Rockets reportedly confirmed the agreement with Chippa United on Friday, but would not reveal the fee paid for the 23-year-old hitman.

“TS Galaxy FC has reached an agreement with Chippa United FC for the transfer of Augustine Chidi Kwem for an undisclosed transfer fee,” read a statement released by the club.

“Kwem will be at The Rockets base for the next two seasons with an option to extend for a further two seasons.

“We have indeed bought Augustine Kwem from Chippa United. It was one of those smooth transactions that was concluded in the most professional manner between the two clubs,” club boss Tim Sukazi said in the statement.

“We believe that Kwem is one striker who could add value to our current striking force that has done a sterling job for our club up to so far.

“We thought it wise to conclude on such a move now rather than later to allow the necessary paperwork to be finalized as early as possible before the start of the new season.”

Amazulu slam player’s agent ahead of move to Kaizer Chiefs

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Sibusiso Mabiliso of AmaZulu during the DStv Premiership 2020/21 football match between AmaZulu and Stellenbosch FC at Kings Park Stadium, Durban on 29 January 2021 ©Gavin Barker/BackpagePix

AmaZulu chairman Sandile Zungu has lashed out at Sibusiso Mabiliso’s agents for misleading the club in their efforts to secure him a move to Kaizer Chiefs.

Zungu says the agents told him that there were offers for the left back to move abroad before the player began talks with Kaizer Chiefs.

“The agent of Mabiliso told us he wants to sell him overseas and that he won’t want to shop him around locally,” Zungu said according to Soccer Laduma.

“So, I am surprised to hear that (he could join Chiefs). I am telling you what the agent said. These agents operate in their own world. Maybe talk to him because he gave us an absolute assurance as AmaZulu that he will only leave the club when he goes overseas. In as much as they are free to do whatever they want with the player, I won’t play his game or sweep his rubbish. So, he must talk for himself. I talk for my players, I don’t talk for agents.”

Tembo concerned that Mbule to Kaizer Chiefs talk could derail progress

Sipho Mbule
PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA – MARCH 05: Sipho Mbule of Supersport United challenged by Mlungisi Mbunjana of TS Galaxy during the DStv Premiership match between SuperSport United and TS Galaxy at Lucas Moripe Stadium on March 05, 2021 in Pretoria, South Africa. (Photo by Samuel Shivambu/BackPagePix/Gallo Images)

SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo has expressed concern over links between Sipho Mbule and Kaizer Chiefs.

Mbule is a promising young player with a big future and Tembo knows that the links are an indication of that promise but he fears they may prove a distraction.

“It has always been the case with our team whereby most of our players are always targeted in terms of other teams wanting them,” Tembo told the Citizen.

“It also shows the quality that we have if most of the clubs are always looking to get players from, at the same time it is also difficult for the young players because that can also destabilize them and derail their progress because if you hear about big teams being mentioned alongside your name, it might also destruct him on the primary thing which is playing football.

“As a club we have to try and make sure that they are level headed and they keep their feet on the ground because in this industry you are always as good as your last game,” he added.

“One minute people want you because you are playing well and the moment you are no longer performing they shift focus and go somewhere else. Consistency is very key, that is what I have been preaching to my youngsters.” Protection Status


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