Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs appear to be vying for the signature of one of the PSL's best attackers.
Due to a lack of a good striker, Kaizer Chiefs is currently suffering at the front.
Due to injury, both Samir Nurkovic and Castro are out of the lineup, causing the team to struggle.
The Orlando Pirates, on the other hand, have had some rowdy players and several players are sidelined due to injuries.
Thembinkosi Lorch and Vincent Pule are among the injured players.
As a result, these two Soweto titans are in desperate need of a striker.
There have been speculations this week that Victor Letsoalo, the top Royal AM striker, may not be renewing his contract.
It was also disclosed that the athlete himself stated that he would love to play for one of Gauteng's three major teams.
Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs, and Orlando Pirates are the three teams.
According to rumors, Kaizer Chiefs is presently leading talks with Royal AM, and there is a very good likelihood that he will be donning black and gold next season.
However, it has been discovered that the Orlando Pirates are also keeping a close eye on the player since they are interested in his services.
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