Pirates talented striker linked with a possible move away?
Orlando Pirates striker Zakhele Lepasa has been linked with another Premier Soccer League club, and he could be well on his way out of the club should Orlando Pirates be willing to let go of their talented star striker.
The Pirates striker has been linked with a reported move to Chippa United as the 'Chilli Boys' has reportedly shown interest in the Buccaneers forward. This new reports comes from a source in the know that indicated that Chippa is willing to make a move for Lepasa either on loan or permanently if they could.
This latest developments comes after Chippa United's Bienvenu Eva Nga and defender Veluyeke Zulu has been linked with interest from Kaizer Chiefs. According to reports, Eva Nga is believed to be Chiefs-bound and Zulu has also been linked to Chiefs. With Eva Nga linked to Chiefs, the source revealed that Lepasa could be the replacement Chippa is looking for to fill the void Eva Nga will leave at the club should he exit.
But for him to join, Bienvenu Eva Nga will have to leave and Orlando Pirates will have to agree on letting the player complete a move on loan or permanently. But Lepasa himself will also have to agree to a move to Chippa should there be real interest in the Pirates striker.
But it's highly unlikely that Zakhele Lepasa would agree to such a move as he's been a regular with the club since he made his way back from a long-term injury in December 2021. Lepasa is not an unused player at Orlando Pirates, therefore he should be happy to stay on with the club.
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