Goal can confirm that midfielder Tlou Segolela will not be leaving Orlando Pirates during this transfer window after being offered a two-year deal
Goal has been reliably informed by an insider within the Bucs camp that Segolela has agreed to stay at the club, and he is expected to sign on the dotted line before the end of this week.
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“Segolela has been offered a two-year deal which he has agreed to. Nothing has been signed as yet, but he will sign before the end of this week,” said our source.
Segolela was reportedly heading to England for trials, but nothing has been confirmed so far.
His agent, Tim Sukazi could only confirm that Segolela’s contractual issues with Pirates are at an advance stage, and he could not speculate on when the deal could be finalized.
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“We are still negotiating with Pirates, but I can confirm that the negotiations are at an advanced stage.
“I don’t see why Tlou wouldn’t sign with Pirates, because he wants to stay and Pirates want the player to stay, but we will see,” Sukazi told Goal.
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