By the look of things, Pirates have focused mainly in the striking department having already announced the signing Bienvenu Eva Nga from Chippa United and released Tshegofatso Mabasa to Sekhukhune United on loan.
According to reports coming through on Saturday afternoon, the club are rumoured to be on the verge of releasing Zimbabwean striker Terrence Dzvukamanja. The Zimbabwean International joined Pirates in 2020 from Bidvest Wits University after impressing at the club under former coach Gavin Hunt.
He soon joined Pirates although he impressed at the beginning of time at the Buccaneers, this past season he struggled for game time under co-coaches Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids, and was limited to substitute appearances.
With Pirates already having Kwame Peprah and Bienvenu Eva Nga on their books and are reportedly close to signing another striker Victor Letsoalo from Royal AM, Dzvukamanja and Pirates will part ways in the coming days according to FARPost.
Dzvukamanja will become the second striker after Mabasa to be released by the club, with the talent that the Zimbabwean has and still only 28 years old, he will be able to find a new team before the new season begins.
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