Pirates Stars Who Could Be Affected By Arrival Of New Striker

Souaibou Marou
Souaibou Marou

With Orlando Pirates expected to make adjustments to the team in the January transfer window, some players in the current squad could be affected.

In one of the expected changes, the Buccaneers are linked with highly-rated Cameroon international Souaibou Marou, with reports suggesting that a deal has been agreed to in principle for the 21-year-old to potentially make the switch to the club in January.

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While the forward’s current employers, Coton Sport, have said that he has not signed with any side yet, reports from Cameroon have suggested that a three-year deal has been agreed to for the player to join Bucs after the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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Marou is in Rigobert Song’s Indomitable Lions’ squad for the global football event that is scheduled to start on Sunday.

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Meanwhile, former Bidvest Wits strikers Terrence Dzvukamanja and Bienvenu Eva Nga are some of the players in the Pirates squad that could be affected by the changes should Marou join the club, according to sources, with both players having failed to live up to expectations so far and said to be on the exit list.   

As reported by the Siya crew, Kwame Peprah is another player who has been linked with an exit, and Bucs are expected to make a decision for the squad for the second half of the season as there are also players on loan that will be considered in planning for the future.  

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