Swallows FC have reported the marking of veteran protector Wandisile Letlabika from Bloemfontein Celtic.
The Soweto-based outfit has been occupied in the exchange market as they hope to collect a strong crew that will contend in the PSL next season.
The club took to their web-based media stages to uncover Letlabika, who additionally recently played for Mamelodi Sundowns during his profession.
Letlabika burned through seven entire years at Phunya Sele subsequent to showing up from the Brazilians in 2013.
This was not long after losing the 2012 Telkom Knockout Cup last to Siwelele, as a Sundowns player at that point.
His absence of customary game time provoked Letlabika to look for a move away from Chloorkop and that is when Celtic marked him in the wake of seeing a great deal of potential in him.
At Sundowns, Letlabika showed up somewhere in the range of 2011 and 2012.
The utility protector bacome famous at Celtic, and his takeoff will without a doubt come as a gigantic blow.
Letlabika leaves Celtic with 133 appearances and a solitary objective in his possession during his seven-year remain in the Free State capital.
Then, the Dobsonville-based outfit additionally reported they have procured the administrations of Kagiso Malinga on a perpetual arrangement.
Malinga was on the books of Swallows last season however it was distinctly on a transitory premise as he had been advanced from SuperSport United.
The 25-year-old conservative scored 12 objectives for the Dube Birds, similar number of objectives as previous JDR Stars forward Moeketsi Makhanya, who additionally joined the club this week.
Both Letlabika and Malinga join any semblance of Makhanya, Ruzaigh Gamildien, Daniel Gozar and Musa Nyatama, who all put pen to paper this week.
Swallows are presently expected to fortify their goalkeeping office before shutting their check book.
The new signings will add understanding to the crew that is now driven by veteran aggressor and previous Orlando Pirates and Sundowns winger Lebogang Mokoena.
The club additionally has previous Platinum Stars commander Vuyo Mere on their books.
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