PSL transfer news: TTM make two high-profile signings

Oupa Manyisa of Mamelodi Sundowns during the Absa Premiership 2017/18 match between Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns at FNB Stadium, Johannesburg South Africa on 27 January 2018 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix

Soon-to-be top-flight outfit Tshakhuma Tsha Madzhivhandila (TTM) have made two signings ahead of their debut season in the top-flight.

The Limpopo-based outfit will be in among the big guns next season after its owners purchased the Bidvest Wits franchise, including the Joburg club’s entire squad.

On Thursday, TTM made two signings, bringing in the experienced duo of Oupa Manyisa and Joseph Molangoane, who had just been released by Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs respectively. Both players signed two-year deals with the club.

🚨 New Signings 🚨 We would like to welcome to the team Oupa Manyisa and Joseph Malongoane #RodaUDzula #AhunaUhana pic.twitter.com/0WnvaRN8ix

This was announced by the club just hours after Sundowns had confirmed that they had parted ways with the former Orlando Pirates captain.

Manyisa’s departure from the Tshwane giants brought to an end a frustrating spell at Chloorkop, where he battled with injury and lack of game-time.

Since arriving at the club in 2017, Manyisa managed just 31 league appearances and did not feature at all in the 2019/20 campaign, only appearing twice in the Caf Champions League.

“Thank you to the chairman Dr Motsepe, Coach Pitso and all the support staff for believing in me and giving me an opportunity of a lifetime,” he wrote.

“To all the supporters thank you for taking me in as your own and for all the love.

“Lastly, thank you to my teammates and brothers. I will miss you guys. For one last time Ka Bo Yellow.”

His new teammate, Molangoane, has had a similar kind of season after breaking his ankle in the previous campaign.

He managed just 16 minutes on the field in the current season prior to his Kaizer Chiefs departure.

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