“Keagan Dolly has entered into personal talks and will undergo a medical with Montpellier FC.”
The January transfer window has been a busy one, as PSL teams look to strengthen their squads for the second half of the 2016/17 season.
While all signs indicate that Keagan Dolly will be leaving for medicals at Montpellier, Mamelodi Sundowns are seemingly still open to other offers.
Ajax Cape Town player Rheece Evans has opened up about his move to the Urban Warriors and he is eager to make a name for himself in the Mother City.
AmaZulu coach Joey Antipas says he hopes to add to the squad before the transfer window closes, despite already signing two players.
Chippa United have announced the departure of goalkeeper Ayanda Masiko, to go with the earlier release of defender Simphiwe Mtsweni.
The second half of the Absa Premiership will start earlier and finish later than expected, as the PSL reorganises its schedule around Afcon.
Sundowns must learn from Keagan Dolly’s buyout clause drama and cut away their dead wood, writes Njabulo Ngidi.
Giovanni Solinas’s resignation as Free State Stars coach has somehow given credence to speculation that he will be taking charge of Orlando Pirates.
Cape Town City winger Aubrey Ngoma says he hopes to have “even greater years to come” at the club after signing a contract extension with the club.
Maritzburg United have confirmed the appointment of Roger De Sa as head coach, putting an end to speculation that he was in line to coach Bafana.
The most recent of Mamelodi Sundowns blunders is putting the wrong buy-out clause in Keagan Dolly’s contract...
Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe says the club will not stop Keagan Dolly from playing in Europe, provided they receive the right offer.
With less than a month to go to the resumption of the Absa Premiership season, Ajax Cape Town are eager to get back into action.
BidVest Wits have confirmed the signing of midfielder Granwald Scott and a pre-contract agreement with Free State Stars left-back Thato Tlhone.