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Dynamos' managing director July Malabela says they have agreed in principle with Kaizer Chiefs to sign Ghanaian forward Louis Agyemang during the transfer window period next month.
The move is part of the Dynamites' concerted efforts to win promotion to the elite league at the end of the season.
"Louis left for his native country yesterday after he trained with us last week and he will be back at the club in January," said Malabela yesterday.
"We held fruitful talks with Chiefs and we agreed in principle to sign the player. He is a quality player and he can add value in the team."
Dynamos now trail FC AK by six points and should be worried that Bahumi are collecting points and that it could be difficult for them to unseat them on top of the log.
This Saturday they welcome the revitalised Witbank Spurs to Lulekani Stadium in Phalaborwa. FC AK travel to Witbank to engage Mpumalanga Black Aces at Atlantic Stadium on Sunday.
Aces have not been playing consistently this season despite having an array of good players, who include captain Lucas Tlhomelang, Felix Musasa, Cyril Zuma and Jacob "Machaka.