Mosele has been the subject of a move away from the Limpopo club since the end of last season when he won the 2019/20 PSL Young Player of the Season award.
His departure was delayed as it was felt he still needed to further establish himself but having now continued to impose himself with Bakgaga, where he has made 18 appearances this term, Mosele's way out has been paved.
The facts are that talks have been held between the authorities at Baroka and Pirates.
Considering the kind of relationship Pirates enjoy with Baroka boss Khurishi Mphahlele, once talks resume a deal could be considered as only a matter of time.
At 21, Mosele has already long been the breadwinner back home in Khumo near Stilfontein, where his parents and four older siblings reside.
His name has also been mentioned in line with an overseas move in the past but a move never happened, while Kaizer Chiefs have also made a push.
Mosele – a Xhosa-speaking lad born in Klerksdorp, North West to parents with roots in the Eastern Cape – made his professional debut as a 17-year-old schoolboy in August 2017 and has left nothing to doubt about his abilities.
His development was under former Jomo Cosmos midfielder Brian Sebapole and ex-youth international Richard Rantjie before proceeding to Baroka.