Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are among clubs connected with players from consigned side, Baroka FC as DStv Premiership groups advance their arrangements to reinforce for next season after one more mission overwhelmed by Mamelodi Sundowns.
Following Baroka's transfer at the end of the week after their 1-0 misfortune against Maritzburg United, the quantity of clubs showing interest in the Limpopo group's safeguard Bonginkosi Makume has expanded essentially, as per Siya sources.
Chiefs are accepted to have been observing the 26-year-old, and are joined by Stellenbosch FC, AmaZulu, Maritzburg United and Chippa United, as affirmed by close sources.
"There's a great deal of interest in Baroka FC's Bonginkosi Makume and exchanges are progressing between the player's delegates and the likely admirers. The player will before long be free as his agreement with Baroka is reaching a conclusion and will join a group of his decision," affirmed the source.
"The player's overseers are chipping away at getting Makume the most ideal arrangement after the great season he has had, notwithstanding being sad eventually after his group got consigned. Indeed, I can affirm that Chiefs is one of the clubs that have showed interest in the kid, alongside any semblance of Stellenbosch, AmaZulu, Maritzburg, and Chippa," the source added.
As detailed in release 1273 of Soccer Laduma, Marumo Gallants, Sekhukhune United and Swallows FC are of the clubs that have likewise shown interest in the middle back who was connected with Pirates toward the finish of last season.
Meanwhile, Bakgaga's Bafana striker Evidence Makgopa is set to change to Pirates, as revealed by the Siya group, while Richard Mbulu is supposed to be en route to Golden Arrows.
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