Tuks shopping spree continues
Pretoria University are expected to conclude a busy week in the transfer market on by adding three more players to their squad for the coming season.
Dumisani Ngwenya is set to make his return to the game after a knee injury threatened to prematurely end his career while coach Steve Barker is also close to signing veteran Botswana international Dipsy Selolwane and the Zimbabwe goalkeeper Washington Arubi.
Ngwenya was released by AmaZulu last season after persistent injury problems.
The 30-year-old, who won a single cap for Bafana Bafana, scored 30 goals in 93 stars for AmaZulu over five season.
At one stage he forged a powerful partnership with Ayanda Dlamini but then had his career stymied by knee problems.
The 34-year-old Selolwane is a long standing veteran on the PSL scene after playing at Santos, Jomo Cosmos, Ajax Cape Town and SuperSport United.
SuperSport did not renew his contract at the end of last season. Selolwane announced his retirement from international football.
Barker said he was looking for experience in his squad and that Selolwane could fit the bill.
Arubi, the second choice goalkeeper for Zimbabwe behind AmaZulu’s Tapuwa Kapini, is a 26-year-old from champions Dynamos of Harare.