Orlando Pirates set to part ways with another player, exit talks ongoing

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Orlando Pirates are set to part ways with a third member of their playing squad as preparations for next season are underway.

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According to FarPost, Collins Makgaka is in exit talks with Pirates iust two seasons after joining them from Baroka FC on a three-year deal.

Collins Makgaka
Collins Makgaka is “one hundred per cent committed” to fighting for his place at Orlando Pirates, said the players’ agent. Photo: Archives

Makgaka’s departure would bring a number of players who left Pirates in recent weeks to three after Gabadinho Mhango and Thulani Hlatshwayo.

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“FARPost has been reliably informed that talks have taken place regarding a potential exit for the midfielder, with the possibility of a mutual termination now on the cards before the start of the new campaign.”

Reports FarPost

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The 25-year-old midfielder’s possible departure could be due to his lack of game time since his arrival at Pirates two seasons ago.

Makgaka has featured just 20 times across all competitions for Pirates while scoring twice and providing two assists.

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Last season, Makgaka featured in 13 competitive matches for Bucs, including making nine league appearances and he found the back of the net twice.

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