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Orlando Pirates' January 2022 transfer targets?

Objective uncover the players Buccaneers are allegedly taking a gander at during the continuous exchange window

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The 2021-22 PSL mid-season move window authoritatively opened on Saturday, which implies nearby clubs would now be able to sign and enlist new players.

In this component, GOAL's Austin Ditlhobolo profiles five players who could join the Buccaneers this month.

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Chibuike Ohizu

The Nigerian striker set it all up in his introduction season in the PSL - scoring five objectives in his initial seven matches in the opposition for Sekhukhune United.

Ohizu's endeavors at Babina Noko have not gone unrecognized, and Pirates are supposedly quick to sign the 25-year-old player in front of their Caf Confederation Cup bunch stage crusade.

The previous Jomo Cosmos star as of late expressed that he would be available to moving to another PSL club assuming he gets an alluring deal.

Proof Makgopa

The transcending marksman was relied upon to join Pirates from Baroka FC alongside his previous partner Goodman Mosele before the beginning of the flow season.

Be that as it may, Makgopa, who is a Bafana standard, waited at Bakgaga Ba Mphahlele as Mosele moved to the Houghton-based monsters.

The Buccaneers are allegedly returning to their advantage in the 21-year-old in the flow move window with a perspective on marking him and advancing him back to Baroka for the rest of the period.

Yusuf Maart

The Sekhukhune United commander has been one of the most reliable focal midfielders in the PSL this season.

Maart, 26, who is a previous Pirates player, has proceeded to turn into a quality midfielder subsequent to leaving the Buccaneers in July 2020 having shown up in the PSL for the Soweto goliaths.

Privateers are supposed to be among the clubs to be keen on the Bafana worldwide, who is contracted to Sekhukhune until June 2023.

Thabo Nodada

The Cape Town City bad habit chief is among the focal midfielders who are on Pirates' radar as they hope to expand their midfield.

Privateers' advantage in Nodada was affirmed by the player later the last exchange window shut, and the Soweto monsters have been tipped to reestablish their advantage this month.

City executive John Comitis advised GOAL that Bucs are yet to resume arrangements over the administrations of Nodada on Thursday.

Victor Letsoalo

The Royal AM focus forward has become perhaps the most sizzling property in the current exchange window having partaken in his best beginning to a PSL crusade.

It has been accounted for that Letsoalo, who has scored nine objectives in 13 association begins this term, will submit an exchange demand this month as hopes to compel a transition to a Gauteng-based club.

Pirates and their Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs have both been credited with an interest in the Bafana worldwide.Bucs Duo Scoop PSL Awards | Orlando Pirates Football ClubFormer Pirates striker finds a new club

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