The Orlando Pirates have reportedly turned down local and foreign interest and won the contest to sign the sensational Baroka duo - Evidence Makgopa and Goodman Mosele.
McGope rose to prominence in the Baroque era that season and left his mark on Bafana Bafana. It is clear that the 20-year-old striker will not last long at Bagaga.
Since then, the Orlando Pirates have won the race for the incredibly talented striker. Makgopa's team-mate, both club and international, Goodman Moselle, is also another key signature for the Buccaneers as reports have something to look forward to.
Moselle left his mark on DStv last season as one of the premier league's best midfielders. Despite being just 21 years old, Moselle has made more than 80 club appearances since promotion to the baroque first team in 2017.
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"There are indications that the Buccaneers have signed Baroque midfielder Goodman Moselle and striker Evidence McGop, who are expected to join David Notoan's Olympic squad in Tokyo later this month," SoccerLaduma said.
"But this was due to Bacgaga's strange decision to turn down offers from Europe for both players before the Orlando Pirates managed to negotiate their transfers."
The Buccaneers are also reported to have completed the signing of Maritzburg United midfielder Bandile Shandu ahead of the 2021/2022 season.
While the Orlando Pirates made great strides in terms of team players, they also added former Golden Arrows head coach Mandla Nchikazi to their technical team.
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