It has been reported that Orlando Pirates haven't given up on trying to get the services of the Bafana Bafana attacker during the January transfer window. This a tough one since Pirates will challenge their arch rivals Kaizer Chiefs for the signature of the DStv Premiership on-form striker Victor Letsoalo. As they believe that he will provide the required domination within their strikers department. The Buccaneers are seeking for a player that will take the vacant position of being a goal poacher. As that will try and end their the whole run of getting draws. Pirates managed to get nine draws in 19 games in the DStv Premiership log standings. This points out at their major issue of scoring goals as that how teams win matches.
Hence, Pirates have turned to services of Royal AM attacker to help the Soweto giants and try to give Mamelodi Sundowns a run for their money in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) title. Even though they're 14 points behind Sundowns, there's still a glimpse of hope for the Buccaneers to cause a massive upset within the 2021/22 season. However, they need a deadly striker to help them reach their mandate. Even though Royal AM did state that Letsoalo isn't for sale, unless there's a mouthwatering offer being tabled by a team interested in his services. Already, Amakhosi have tried to lure him to Naturena, but it seemed like the negotiations didn't materialise.
According to reports, the former Bloemfontein Celtic's player is keen to leave the KwaZulu-Natal-based outfits to move to Gauteng and further his football career. Pirates have shown interests in Letsoalo, even Amakhosi are also trying to lure to Naturena. “Orlando Pirates are still very interested in Victor Letsoalo and as part of the attempts to get the player, the club is keen on entering into a swap deal with one of their players. Royal AM have had a few players wanting to leave and Victor is one of them, as well as the likes of Jackson Mabokgwane and Sera Motebang,” said the source speaking to the media.
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