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Ohizu's name was as of late raised as another striker focus for Pirates, with his new great adventures for Sekhukune permitting him to grab the attention.
Ohizu has drawn in groups in North Africa as well
It hasn't been simply Pirates who Ohizu's exhibitions in the DStv Premiership have intrigued, with the Nigerian's representative likewise affirming that the player had stood out from clubs past the South African boundaries as well. His representative affirmed that clubs from North Africa have been keeping tabs on him, despite the fact that it isn't the extremely top clubs like Al Ahly and Zamalek.
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Reports not long from now, nonetheless, began to sound a really collapsing tune for Pirates in their quest for Ohizu, in any case. The talk had started to arise that began connecting the intensely constructed player with another arrangement at Sekhukhune rather than a move, as it was accepted that the club really need to keep and fabricate a task around the player's abilities.
Expected hit to Pirates
Presently ongoing reports from The Citizen have appeared to repeat those opinions, in what might seem like further terrible news for Pirates. A source addressing the distribution affirmed that the player had a drawn-out agreement at Sekhukhune, who have no expectation to lose him. The source went on further to uncover what it would take for the club to leave behind perhaps their greatest resource.
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"The reports that came out last week made certain individuals truly stressed," said the source on Ohizu's connects to Pirates
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"Presently, individuals have been checking agreements and they need to ensure that there are no provisos in Ohizu's on the grounds that they would rather not lose him. "We must be straightforward, he is perhaps the best player in the group right now and nobody will need to allow a player to like that simply go, essentially not at a little cost. Along these lines, what I cannot deny is that anybody that truly needs him should pay a huge amount of cash for him," closed the source.
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Ohizu isn't the main striker Pirates are supposed to focus on, as the club has been credited with showing interest in Royal AM and Bafana global Victor Letsoalo. It is said that Letsoalo, who will have only a half year left on his arrangement in January is looking for a transition to Gauteng, with any semblance of Kaizer Chiefs additionally intrigued.
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Will Pirates pass up Ohizu or will they in the long run persuade Sekhukhune to head out in different directions from him?
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