Subsequent to playing against Botswana outfit Jwaneng Galaxy in the CAF Confederation Cup, the Buccaneers are accepted to have distinguished Ivorian striker Sede Dion with a perspective on reinforcing their assault for the 2021/22 season with him, as announced in version 1213 of Soccer Laduma.
The 22-year-old is accepted to have dazzled Pirates with his work-rate, and with the group in Botswana still on suspension after more than a half year, news arriving at the Siya team is that the player has gotten progressively baffled and needs out to survey his choices.
With the exceptionally evaluated player left with one more year to run on his current agreement in Botswana, and with his present club mindful of the interest in his administrations, signs are that the club is quick to tune in to offers.
Sede Dion is anticipating taking an action to South Africa in his next bargain. The class in Botswana is as yet on hold and the player is extremely disappointed realizing that there is interest in him from somewhere else. All that he has been doing is to go to exercise center to attempt to keep up his wellness and that can be baffling for an expert footballer. The player's agents will be attempting by all methods in the coming a long time to draw in the club to permit him to proceed onward. The club has recently demonstrated that they will not have any issues with permitting him to move. It's only that there is an agreement set up and they will require some type of pay," said the source.
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