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Thabo Nodada Set For a Surprising Move to Pirates? His Agent Responds

The Premier Soccer League's transfer window is set to come to a close later today as it has been previously reported on various sports publications, it must be said that the Premier Soccer League teams both from the DStv Premiership and Glad Africa Championship they have been so active on the transfer window as they they are all preparing themselves for the best season ahead. Orlando Pirates is one of the teams that has made some interesting signings on this very transfer window, and they are still linked with some interesting names.

One DStv Premiership footballer that has suddenly been linked with a surprising move to the Buccaneers is Cape Town City's star player by the name of Thabo Nodada. This is something that might come as a surprise to many people but right now it can be confirmed that the Soweto giants has been one of the teams that have made their interest known for the player, and they had a stiff competition from their rivals Kaizer Chiefs.

The 26 year old midfielder was also linked with a move abroad but due to the fact that he had sustained an injury his move was dented, and this means that he had to remain at the Citizens so that he can recover and regain his form. If any DStv Premiership team might be in need of the services of Thabo Nodada it can be said that they must be more than willing to pay a hefty price tag that Cape Town City could place on the player.

Thabo Nodada's agent Jazzman Mahlakgane, is one of those who caught the explosive news that was widely shared on various social media platforms that his client has been linked with a move to the Buccaneers, he clarified that those reports are not true and the South African football universe will be seeing Nodada in the colors of Cape Town City, he will not be moving to the Buccaneers as it has been reported.

(Source: Soccer Laduma)

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