Bakgakga will contend in the GladAfrica Championship after the club was consigned last season, with Masuluke among players who have been connected with a create some distance from the club.
The Limpopo-based side have previously lost Evidence Makgoba to Orlando Pirates and with Bonginkosi Makume set to move as well, Siya sources have uncovered that the club isn't quick to lose additional players.
Club supervisor Mphahlele has denied any designs to relinquish their goalkeeper and underlined the significance of keeping central members, as Baroka plot for a re-visitation of the topflight.
"We are not intending to relinquish Masuluke, he is essential for our group. We are taking a gander at working around him," Mphahlele told the Siya group.
"I heard media reports about Orlando Pirates, it is obviously false. They never moved toward us and they don't move like that. You can qoute me on that, he is remaining with us. There's no move for him."
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