The South African website looks at what to anticipate at Mamelodi Sundowns as the PSL transfer window comes to an end TODAY, September 22.
After bringing in a large number of new recruits and just letting go a small number, Sundowns must make some difficult choices.
What could take place on the psl transfer deadline day at mamelodi sundowns?
Abdelmounaim Boutouil, a Moroccan defender, is expected to be the deal that Mamelodi Sundowns completes, at least one other deal being the other.
Although his now-former club Chabab Mohammedia acknowledged Boutouil’s transfer months ago, Sundowns has yet to introduce him.
It was initially reported that Boutouil’s visa problems were the cause of the delay, but it is unclear whether those problems will be resolved before midnight.
Lyle Lakay, who is reportedly in the Mother City to complete a season-long loan deal with Cape Town City, stands out among those who might depart.
SuperSport United was reportedly interested in Lakay at first, but it now seems like Cape Town City is the front-runner to sign him.
The transfer of Kermit Erasmus, a small striker who has been linked to both Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town City, still needs to be worked out.
If he were to move to City, it would probably be on loan; however, if Chiefs are really interested, they might be forced to buy him out of his contract.
Before tonight, a number of players, including Lesedi Kapinga, Gift Motupa, Katlego Mohamme, and Sifiso Ngobeni, who saw little to no action at Sundowns, could also be loaned out to other clubs.