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Orlando Pirates striker Collins Mbesuma is preparing for life away from the South African PSL

The former Zambia international striker has been deemed surplus to requirements at the Parktown outfit. Mbesuma could only make three Absa Premiership appearances, netting once for the Buccaneers this past season.
According to Zambian Kickoff, the bulky player is currently back home where he has been linked with FAZ Super Division sides Green Buffalos, Zanaco and Roan United . He's said to be training with his former Zambian club Roan United. 
The former Portsmouth attacker, who is still contracted to Bucs until 2015 was quoted recently admitting that there was interest from Zambian teams as well as PSL teams. 
Bucs head coach Vladimir Vermezovic has already revealed in the past that the 2005 PSL Player of the Season will not be in his plans in the upcoming 2014/2015 season.
Pirates look set to replace the former English Premier League player with Zambia's wonderkid Evan Kangwa. The 19-year-old Nkana FC striker has been heavily linked with the Soweto giants recently.
Since joining Bucs in 2012, Ntofotofo as Mbesuma is affectionately known to supporters, has made 43 appearances, netting 11 times in competitive competitions for Pirates.
Thirty-year-old Mbesuma holds a PSL record for the most league goals scored in season. He scored 25 goals as his former team Kaizer Chiefs lifted their second ever PSL title in 2005.