News reaching the media are that Orlando Pirates Football Club could be set to sign the former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper as a free-agent.
According to The South African, the Nigerian goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi could soon find a new club after the Sea robbers are believed to be interested.
Orlando Pirates recently parted ways with their long serving goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands.
Kaizer Chiefs also released more than 10 players and Daniel Akpeyi was one of those players who left the Glamour boys.
Now a source revealed that the former Chippa united goalkeeper could end up joining the Kaizer Chiefs Football Club arch-rivals Orlando Pirates.
One thing that could be challenging to the Sea robbers is that Daniel Akpeyi wants more game-time and the Sea robbers already have the Ghanaian goalkeeper Richard Ofori who is already a starter.
The game-time could be something tricky for both parties.
The Buccaneers have already approached the goalkeeper.
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