ITa��S extra time for Premier Soccer League sides looking to bolster their squads ahead of the new season despite the set deadline having elapsed.
Tuesday 28 February was the last day for clubs to register players but Kudzai Bare, the leaguea��s communications officer, said clubs will be allowed to alter their squads until the transfer window closes at the end of March.
B-Metro gives you some notable transfer developments to date.
Alimenda, Sibelo for Triangle
Former Dynamos holding midfielder Stephen Alimenda and ex-Hwange right back Tonisani Sibelo are training with ambitious Triangle.
a�?I have been training with Triangle for two weeks and it looks promising that I will get a deal. There are a couple of new faces at the club and these include Stephen Alimenda,a�? said Sibelo.
Njabulo a�?Popoa�? Nyoni tries luck Byo City
Discarded former Highlanders goalkeeper Njabulo a�?Popoa�? Nyoni is reportedly trying his luck at Bulawayo City where he hopes to impress the Try Ncube led technical team. City now boast of the services of veteran duo of Zephaniah Ngodzo and Bhekimpilo a�?Bhakhaa�? Ncube.
Cannan Nkomo, Ndodana Sibanda for Tsholotsho
Following his recent release by Chicken Inn, speed merchant Cannan Nkomo has been training with Tsholotsho FC.
Veteran goalminder Ndodana Sibanda who parted ways with Bulawayo City is reportedly at Tsholotsho FC.
Elvis Meleka fails to impress Dr Rush
The former ZPC Kariba attacking midfielder who has been training with Chicken Inn for the last three weeks failed to impress head coach Rahman Gumbo. Meleka, who has had playing stints in BotswanaA� was told to pack his bags.
Khumalo joins Bosso
Young Warriors midfielder Denzel Khumalo (18) completed his move to Highlanders from Bantu Rovers on a swap deal.
His swap deal saw Bosso realising young striker McCarthy Dube to Bantu Rovers.
Bosso head coach Erol Akbay said they will conclude their squad reinforcement by signing one more striker. Among strikers trying their luck at the Bulawayo football giants is Equatorial Guinea forward Manuel Esono Obiang Baule (23), Tambwe Kalunga from Democratic Republic of Congo and Xmas Tshuma from Mutare.
Chimenya eyes Bantu Rovers move
Ex Chicken Inn and Bulawayo City forward Thomas Chimenya has been training with Bantu Rovers, a club that recently signed former Bosso defender Dumisani a�?Fazoa�? Ndlovu.