Pre-season 2020/21 PSL transfer window officially opens

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George Maluleka - Chiefs to Sundowns
George Maluleka - Chiefs to Sundowns
Peter Shalulile - Highlands to Sundowns
Peter Shalulile - Highlands to Sundowns
Gift Motupa - Wits to Sundowns
Gift Motupa - Wits to Sundowns
Aubrey Modiba - SuperSport United to Sundowns
Aubrey Modiba - SuperSport United to Sundowns
Kermit Erasmus - Cape Town City to Mamelodi Sundow
Kermit Erasmus - Cape Town City to Mamelodi Sundowns
Deon Hotto - Wits to Pirates
Deon Hotto - Wits to Pirates
Thulani Hlatshwayo - Bidvest Wits to Orlando Pirat
Thulani Hlatshwayo - Bidvest Wits to Orlando Pirates
Haashim Domingo - Bidvest Wits to Mamelodi Sundown
Haashim Domingo - Bidvest Wits to Mamelodi Sundowns
Thabang Monare - TTM to Pirates
Thabang Monare - TTM to Pirates
Thabo Matlaba - Black Leopards to Swallows FC
Thabo Matlaba - Black Leopards to Swallows FC
Luvuyo Memela - Orlando Pirates to AmaZulu
Luvuyo Memela - Orlando Pirates to AmaZulu
Siphiwe Tshabalala - Free transfer to AmaZulu
Siphiwe Tshabalala - Free transfer to AmaZulu
Jose Ali Meza - Mamelodi Sundowns to Maritzburg Un
Jose Ali Meza - Mamelodi Sundowns to Maritzburg United
Justin Shonga - Pirates to TTM
Justin Shonga - Pirates to TTM
Sifiso Hlanti - Free agent to Swallows FC
Sifiso Hlanti - Free agent to Swallows FC

Today marks the official opening of the PSL transfer window ahead of the 2020/21 season as clubs, except Kaizer Chiefs, look to formally register new signings.

PSL chairman Irvin Khoza earlier confirmed that the domestic transfer window will run from 22 September until 17 November due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Check out the gallery above for 11 high-profile deals that have been completed ahead of the 2020/21 season

The global pandemic meant the completion of the 2019/20 domestic football seasons all across the world were delayed, which has also had a knock-on effect on the 2020/21 season.

As such, FIFA made provision for each member association to reschedule their respective registration periods on the transfer matching system, with SAFA approving the dates proposed by the PSL.

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Though several transfers have been confirmed already, clubs will now officially be able to register their new acquisitions for the new season.

This, however, does not include Chiefs, who are still serving a transfer ban until an outcome of their appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is reached.

Amakhosi made representations to CAS on September 9 in an attempt to have their ban overturned, but the Swiss-based court is yet to reach a verdict, which could still take weeks.

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Dates for the start of next season are yet to be confirmed but rumours suggest the League is targeting the first weekend after the FIFA international break of 7-15 October.