With a little over a month left in the transfer window, Orlando Pirates have been linked to players worth R18 MILLION. Here is every player who has been linked to the Bucs.
This round of transfers will end on September 22, 2022.
With just over a month left, Pirates have been linked to PSL players worth R18 MILLION.
PIRATES LINKED TO TALENT WORTH R18 MILLION
Three players, including a former Amakhosi player, have been linked to the Buccaneers.
But we rounded up to account for any extra costs that might come up from contracting or bids from other clubs.
All of the values come from the most recent numbers on Transfermarkt.
Akpeyi is the perfect goalie to take over for the Bucs.
After losing veteran Wayne Sandilands, they need a good goalkeeper with a lot of experience. After leaving Kaizer Chiefs, Akpeyi has been linked to an unexpected move. But Sekhukhune United, SuperSport United, Moroko Swallows, and Chippa United are all interested in him.
Edmund Arko-Mensah is the latest great player to be linked to the Bucs, and he is a great one.
People in Ghana and other parts of Africa say that is the next big thing. This quick, nimble, and quick-footed midfielder has a lot of talent and potential. Arko-Mensah gives the pirates the creativity they have been missing in recent seasons. The Soweto Giants have made an offer of R3 MILLION for this top African player.
Last, Jose Riveiro and Pirates have talked to Letlabika. He now plays for Moroko Swallows, a team that plays against Soweto.
After losing Happy Jele and not being able to sign Mustafa Nadhim, the Pirates still need an experienced and safe center back. Letlabika is a strong, sharp-eyed central defender who gives even the best attackers in the PSL trouble.
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