Midfielder Collins Makgaka, who has had difficulty getting playing time, has apparently reached a decision with Orlando Pirates.
The 26-year-old joined Pirates in 2020, signing a three-year contract after leaving relegated Baroka.
Yet since joining the Buccaneers, Makgaka’s life hasn’t exactly been easy. During his three seasons with the team, which will come to at end of the season, he was never able to secure a regular starting position.
Makgaka has an option to extend his contract with Pirates for a further two years, and the Sea Robbers have already exercised that option, according to Soccer-Laduma.
Although Pirates have not made many indications that they anticipate a future for Makgaka at the club, it seems like a somewhat odd choice on their part.
They can also be considering making a decision for their own business. A few DStv Premiership sides have been mentioned in connection with the player, with Stellenbosch FC being one of the clubs rumored to be pursuing his services.
Makgaka’s contract may have been extended by Pirates in the hopes of obtaining a transfer fee rather than letting him go for free
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