European Club Interested In Orlando Pirates Star
The South African domestic football season of 2021-2022 is almost over. There are only two fixtures left before it officially closes. Mamelodi Sundowns vs. Marumo Gallants in the Nedbank Cup final.
The rescheduled league match between Supersport United and Orlando Pirates is the other fixture. The Buccaneers have had a frustrating and disappointing season.
According to the latest rumours, Orlando Pirates striker Kwame Peprah has piqued the interest of an overseas club.
Al Wahda, a Syrian club, are said to be interested in signing the Ghanaian international currently contracted to the Buccaneers.
Al Wahda is a Syrian Premier League team that finished fourth in the log standings with 39 points in 26 games.
Peprah joined the Buccaneers at the start of the campaign's final year, 2021/22. The forward has been regarded as the Bucs' go-to player in the number nine position.
Peprah has appeared in 24 league games for Pirates so far and will almost certainly make it 25 in the final match. During that time, the forward has scored seven league goals in his first season with the Buccaneers.
If Al Wahda makes a good offer, the Bucanneers may lose their star player. We must not forget that the Club's management is also in charge of the player's fate.
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