After his stellar showing for Malawi in the Africa Cup of Nations previously this year in Cameroon, while working alongside Pirates striker Gabadinho Mhango and the hang of the Flames' team, Madinga drew interest from a number of clubs around the world, such as the Soweto giants.
Madinga is at the moment registered on the books of FC Dila Gori in Georgia and the other of the two European-based stars on Malawi's AFCON squad.
Reports close to the issue have validated to the Siya crew that the 22-year-old player's Mzansi-based delegates are paying attention to offers from various DStv Premiership clubs, with the Buccaneers emerging as one of the teams interested in the attacking midfielder.
"Yes, Francisco Madinga has piqued the interest of one of Soweto's powerhouses." The player's contract with his Georgian club ends at the end of the season," the spokesperson revealed.
Madinga is a Malawian player who plays for the Georgian club Dila Gori as a midfield player. He was a member of Malawi's Africa Cup of Nations squad. Baroka was also interested in the player, and he almost signed with them after the AFCON in January 2022 after the club submitted an official offer to his Georgian team Dela Gori. During the AFCON championship, Madinga had a deadly combination with Gabadinho Mango," the source added.
The bucanneers were linked back with Mandinga during his period with Mighty Wanderers, the same club from which Pirates signed ex player Joseph Kamwendo in 2007.
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