"iDiskiTimes reports that AmaZulu player Thapelo Xoki has surfaced as a possible transfer target for Orlando Pirates ahead of the 2022/23 season."
"The 27-year-old has become a constant for the club since they returned to the top tier football.
Tactically adept and a dependable player in the core of defense, his leadership qualities as one of Usuthu's captains are highly regarded.
"However, the club has made it clear that if Pirates make an official move for his services, he will not leave on the cheap," the report concluded.
Meanwhile, Thulani Hlatshwayo, Orlando Pirates' struggling headline signing from last year, could leave the club, making a central defender signing highly anticipated.
Orlando Pirates has also been linked with Sundowns youth defender. The buccaneers are surely looking for a long term partner for Nda.
I think the Nigerian defender has to be paired with a speedy partner because he lacks pace.
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