PSL teams have already been associated with a number of players as the season nears its close, and clubs around the world are already making efforts to acquire those individuals they want to make their teams stronger for the upcoming season.
In light of Kaizer Chiefs' current dilemma, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns have remained silent in regards to the possibility of signing players from other clubs for the 2015–16 season.
Evidence Makgopa, a Striker currently playing for Baroka, has been linked to Pirates. Hugo Broos's Bafana Bafana team is similarly reliant on Makgopa as a prolific striker, making him a player to watch.
This is the striker's final season with Limpopo United, who are fighting to avoid relegation, according to a source close to the situation. The 21-year-old striker will join the Buccaneers.
"Pirates will be getting a young player named Evidence Makgopa at the end of this season. The Pirates are excited to have him join their team next season. Even if Baroka is demoted to the GladAfrica Championship at the end of the season, the Striker will not be affected "according to the insider.
If Baroka be demoted from the GladAfrica Championship, it is likely that Makgopa will join the Sea Robbers, as he is unlikely to enjoy competing in both the GladAfrica Championship and the national squad.
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