Former Orlando Pirates midfielder Isaac Chansa is set to return to the Buccaneers for a third spell as he is currently engaged in negotiations with the Sea Robbers.
Chansa has been in the country for a while now, and although there are several European clubs interested in his services, his desire is to join Bucs.
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A source within the Pirates camp confirmed to Goal that the club is indeed talking to Chansa for a possible move.
“We are talking to Chansa for a possible move back to the club, but nothing has been finalized. It looks promising though.
“He has been a gentleman since the negotiations have started, and he is willing to come back and play for us,” said our source.
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Should both parties agree on a deal, Chansa is expected to sign a three-year contract with Pirates, and hopefully register in time for the Caf Champions League.
“We are hoping to sign him on a three-year deal, but we will see because he’s 29 this year. The chairman and the club believe he still have what it takes to contribute to the club’s success,” added our source.
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