There has been a lot of speculations surrounding Evidence Makgopa and Orlando Pirates. The player was reported to have joined the Buccaneers. Since Orlando Pirates lost in the Carling Black Label Cup, the Buccaneers struggled again in front of goal. There were various reports that suggested Orlando Pirates has signed the player from Baroka FC and loaned him back to the club. At the moment those rumours are not true at all. Orlando Pirates has not even tabled an offer for the player at Baroka FC. The Baroka FC chairman has spoken out on the situation, and he has good news for the Buccaneers if they really want the 21-year-old striker.
Khurishi Mphahlele has gave Orlando Pirates the good news by saying they are willing to listen to offers. As per SunSport Mphahlele said "Makgopa is still happy at Baroka. There is no team that has contacted us regarding Makgopa." The chairman went on to say "All I know is that any team that wants a Baroka player knows what channel to follow and we will listen to them." The Buccaneers have been heavily linked with the youngster Evidence Makgopa. Do you think Orlando Pirates will sign the player before the transfer window closes? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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