Babina Noko ended their silence in regards to joins between the Buccaneers and their top scorer when approached by GOAL.
Sekhukhune United have addressed to reports connecting their star striker Chibuike Ohizu with Orlando Pirates.
His adventures were accepted to have grabbed the attention of the Buccaneers as they hoped to support their striking division in the upcoming South African winter move window.
Nonetheless, Sekhukhune CEO Jonas Malatji insisted that Pirates are yet to officially register their interest in Ohizu.
"No, there isn't anything there. We have never been drawn nearer by Orlando Pirates," Malatji told GOAL.
Ohizu - a previous Jomo Cosmos player - was among the strikers who were continually connected with the Buccaneers all through the new season.
Privateers have up until this point marked focus advances Bienvie Eva Naga and Evidence Makgopa from Chippa United and Baroka FC, separately, as they plan for the 2022-23 term.
Ohizu hit the rear of the net multiple times from 17 beginnings in the association and he completed the mission as Sekhukhune's top scorer.
It was his second season with Babina Noko having joined the club from Cosmos in 2020 and he assisted the group with tying down advancement to the PSL by securing the National First Division title.
Source link: https://www.goal.com/en-za/news/ohizu-sekhukhune-united-address-reports-linking-nigerian-striker-with-orlando-pirates-transfer/bltd7efcaf13c54f153
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