The Orlando Pirates have realized that they require more firepower in their lineup. They're looking for a few new faces who can assist them meet their goal in the 2021/22 season. If all goes well in the upcoming January transfer window, Pirates might add one of the top attackers in the DStv Premiership to their squad. Even one agent has indicated that his player has piqued Mayfair's interest. However, Pirates may have competition in their pursuit of the top scorer, as other Egyptian clubs are interested in signing him in the coming months. "He's a really excellent player, and Pirates is one of the local clubs keeping an eye on him." Even you, Egyptians, are staring at him.
The man in issue is Nigerian forward Chibuike Ohizu, who has had such a good run in the DStv Premiership that other clubs are keeping an eye on him. It's possible that he'll leave Sekhukhune United next season. Ohizu has four goals for Sekhukhune this season, and he's considered one of their greatest players in their first season in the top division. This has demonstrated that he is lethal in front of goal, so it's no surprise that teams like Pirates would be interested in his services because he would provide something different to the team. They all know that if you want to win games, you need a fantastic striker in your lineup.
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