With the rumours swirling around that Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Richard Ofori could be playing in the Jupiler Pro League in Belgium next season, the Buccaneers have made inquiries into SuperSport United and Bafana Bafana talented goalkeeper Ronwen Williams.
The 27-year-old joined Bucs last season from Maritzburg United and has established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the country. He is currently the first choice goalkeeper for the Buccaneers, even though he hasn't been in a good shape at the moment.
A few days ago Williams posted a picture of himself in Pirates colours. That could either mean that next season he will be playing for Pirates or his dream is to play for Pirates. But all will be revealed before the new season starts.
Whether Ofori leaves or not, the Buccaneers should sign Williams, because there are reports that Wayne Sandilands will be hanging his gloves and Siyabonga Mpontshane will leave the club.
Source: Be Football
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