The DStv Premiership mid-season transfer window has been officially closed. SoccerClub takes a look at the top-10 deals completed during the window.
Rushine De Reuck (Maritzburg United to Mamelodi Sundowns)
Maritzburg United have always been clear that they will never stand in the way of a player who wants to grow and try new challenges. This was the case with Rushine De Reuck when he joined Mamelodi Sundowns after putting pen to paper on a five-year contract with the defending DStv Premiership champions.
Jean-Marc Makusu (AS Vita Club to Orlando Pirates)
The 28-year-old finally ended speculation surrounding his future after joining Orlando Pirates from Congolese side AS Vita Club on a season-long loan. The DR Conga attacker has already hit the ground running at his new club after bagging his first goal during Pirates’ 3-0 victory over Jwaneng Galaxy this past Sunday.
Tokelo Rantie (free agent at Tshakhuma Tsha Mandzivhandila)
The former Orlando Pirates striker finally found a new home after almost a year on the sidelines after signing a short-term deal with Tshakhuma Tsha Mandzivhandila (TTM) as he looks to revive his football career.
However, Rantie has already made his first competitive debut for TTM when he came on as a second-half substitute during their 1-0 victory over SuperSport United in the Nedbank Cup.
Abdul Ajagun (KV Kortrijk to Cape Town City)
Ajagun followed in the footsteps of compatriot Victor Obinna when he joined the Citizens from Belgium Pro League side Kortrijk and offers vast experience playing in the Champions League as well as in Europe for likes of Panathinaikos Athens, APO Levadiakos, Roda JC Kerkrade, Omonia Nicosia and Kortrijk.
Ibraheem Jabaar (Ijebu United to Stellenbosch FC)
Jabaar became the second Nigerian player to sign for Stellenbosch this season as he joined countryman Stanley Dimgba at the Western Cape-based club. The teenager joined the PSL club from Nigerian outfit Ijebu United as Stellies strengthened their squad during the transfer window.
Zukile Kewuti (Cape Town City to AmaZulu)
The 26-year-old reunited with former coach Benni McCarthy when he became the first signing for the club on a six-month loan deal for the remainder of the 2020-21 DStv Premiership season.
Thamsanqa Sangweni (Mbabane Highlanders to Chippa United)
Former Mamelodi Sundowns Orlando Pirates midfielder Thamsanqa Sangweni has returned to the Chilli Boys, signing on until the end of the season after a short stint with Eswatini giants Mbabane Highlanders.
Pogiso Sanoka (Maritzburg United to TS Galaxy)
Sanoka joined TS Galaxy on deadline day after parting ways with the Team of Choice when he put pen to paper on a two-year contract with the Rockets, despite Orlando Pirates showing interest in him.
Keletso Sifama (Kaizer Chiefs to Maritzburg United)
Maritzburg United announced the capture of exciting young Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Keletso Sifama on a six-month loan deal for the rest of the season. The 18-year-old Sifama is expected to have a bright future at Chiefs and is well known to Maritzburg United head coach Ernst Middendorp from his spell at Amakhosi.
Dusan Stevic (FK Napredak Krusevac to Maritzburg United)
The Team of Choice bolstered their squad by acquiring the services of Serbian defender Dusan Stevic from Serbian Super League side FK Napredak Krusevac on an 18-month contract with the club. Stevic, who joins compatriot Samir Nurkovic in the PSL, brings experience as he previously played in Greece and Macedonia before joining Ernst Middendorp’s side.
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