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Former Bafana Bafana midfielder and 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup finalist Teboho Mokoena is the only notable name on Bidvest Wits University's transfer list.
The former Jomo Cosmos and St Gallen (Switzerland) midfielder is among the first casualties as new head coach Roger de Sa prepares the oldest soccer outfit in South African football after they barely survived relegation last season.
Also on the list is controversial former Kaizer Chiefs and Olympic team full-back Buti Sithole, while former Bucs striker Phumudzo Manenzhe's future is still being considered.
Completing the list of those on their way out of Milpark are Junaid Mashamaite, Vorgen Less and Zakhele Ndlovu. De Sa's new students are Neil Winstanley, who joins from Sundowns and the club has now bought midfielder Rene Richards outright. The winger had been on loan from Chiefs.
Wits started their off-season training on Monday and are expected to leave for a pre-season camp in Limpopo in the second week of July.
"Roger [De Sa] is looking at reinforcing some departments and we will be going into the transfer market," said team manager George Mogotsi, who also confirmed that Eric Tinkler has been officially appointed to assist De Sa.
"We want to challenge seriously in the new season but we are not going to put ourselves under pressure by talking big in the off-season."