Percy Tau continues to dominate PSL transfer talk this week amid rumors of a move away from Egypt and a return to South Africa with either Orlando Pirates or Kaizer Chiefs.

Here we look at the latest PSLtransfer rumours, football gossip and confirmed contracts.


Orlando Pirates submit an official request for the signing of Percy Thaw!

Beware Kaizer Chiefs!

Orlando Pirates have just joined the race and in a big way – by placing an official request for Percy Thaw!

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Mandla Nchikazi talks about SHOCKING offers!

Orlando Pirates coach Mandla Nchikazi. Photo: @orlandopirates/Twitter

Mandla Nchikazi has opened up about the shocking offer he received from PSL rivals Orlando Pirates, detailing his response and the surprising decision he made.

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Nchikazi has been demoted as assistant coach at the Bucs, while his former second base coach Fadlu Davids parted company with the Pirates after a below-par season last year.

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Pizza Masimane’s next move revealed

After weeks of debate, rumors, and all eyes on Pizza Mosimane, we finally know what his next move is!

The eyes of South Africa and Africa are on Mosimana.

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Bafana international ‘open’ to join Kaizer Chiefs

Midfielder Kamakhela Makotyo was recently linked with a possible return to SuperSport United, but ultimately nothing happened.

Mokotjo has now alerted Chiefs that he would be open to signing a contract with the Soweto Giants.

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AmaZulu have signed a THIRD Kaizer Chiefs player

Former Kaizer Chiefs left-back Sibusisa Mobilisa has signed for his former club AmaZulu FC, joining two other former Glamor Boys in Durban.

Mobilisa, 23, was linked with a move to KwaZulu-Natal two weeks ago – and now it has been officially announced.

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The former Orlando Pirates fan favorite is moving to an African club

Every PSL and Orlando Pirates fan should remember Sifiso Myeni.

The veteran attacking midfielder has moved to Botswana.

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Confusion Percy Tau

According to reports coming straight from Al Ahly, Percy Tau is not going anywhere just yet.

They completely denied the claims surrounding his departure.

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Kaizer Chiefs send Percy Tau a cheeky message

Kaizer Chiefs
Will Percy Tau return to PSL? Image: @percymuzitau22 / Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs took the opportunity to send a message to Percy Tau as rumors of his release became public.

Tau is a former Sundowns star but has been linked with Kaizer Chiefs.

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Gallants do a double whammy

Marumo Gallants re-entered the market by signing two contracts.

The duo includes the former Sundowns striker.

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Itumeleng Khune talks about the future of Kaizer Chiefs

Itumeleng Khune wants to return to play for Bafana Bafana and he has just made a big decision about the future of his career.

Is he leaving Kaizer Chiefs?

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Why would Tau choose Sundowns over Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs
Latest PSL transfer rumours. Photo: Al Ahly

Mzansi superstar Percy Tau could become a free agent.

Would he join Kaizer Chiefs at Mamelodi Sundowns? We doubt it.

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The club confirm talks with the former Kaizer Chiefs star

Sibusiso Mobilisa could soon find a new home after being released by Kaizer Chiefs recently due to a lack of playing time.

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Mobiliza only joined Chiefs at the start of last season but his start to life at the club has been delayed due to injury.

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Reasons why Percy Tau joined Kaizer Chiefs

There was much talk surrounding Percy Tau, and rumors of his release were quickly debunked.

Tau has clearly not settled in Egypt and TheSouthAfrican.com’s Ciseka Gwegwe looks at five reasons why he should join Kaizer Chiefs.

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