SEVEN more player exits expected!

Seven Orlando Pirates players could soon find new homes, for the 2022/23 season at least!

According to reports, a number of struggling players are set to either be released or loaned out!

The club have already released Kwanda Mngonyama, Abel Mabaso, Justice Chabalala, Elson Sithole, Wayne Sandilands, Thabang Monare and Thulani Hlatshwayo.

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More Orlando Pirates exits expected!

According to reports, more exits are expected in the coming days at the Mayfair based side.

A SunSport report claims Tebogo Tlolane, Collins Makgaka, Bongani Sam and Terrence Dzvukamanja are all currently negotiating their exits.

Bafana Bafana striker Tseghofatso Mabasa and majestic midfielder Linda Mntambo are also set to be loaned out to Sekhukhune United.

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Furthermore, newly signed Orlando Pirates teenage sensation Azola Matrose is also set to return back to Chippa United, on loan!

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While initial reports suggested Mabasa was on his way Cape Town City, it has since been reported otherwise. According to FarPost, Mabasa and Mntambo look set to join Sekhukhune United!

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Orlando Pirates will be looking to give Mandla Ncikazi the right players to compete with Mamelodi Sundowns next season. They’re also set to send a number of their surplus packing from Mayfair ahead of next season! Photo: @orlandopirates/Twitter

Orlando Pirates have welcomed Nkosinathi Sibiya, Tapelo Xoki, Miguel Timm, Azola Matrose, Eva Nga and Evidence Makgopa thus far.

How do you rate the Buccaneers transfer business thus far? There’s already been wholesale changes! Let us know in the comments section below.

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