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A Goal source at the Parktown-based outfit has confirmed that Pirates are in talks with a number of PSL clubs that are interested in the Daveyton-born midfielder

By Ernest Makhaya
Goal has been informed that Lwazi Skosana may be on his way out of Orlando Pirates barely seven months after signing with the Soweto giants.
Since putting pen to paper, Skosana hasn't made a single appearance for the Buccaneers and the club's technical team is not convinced that he'll have any role to play this season.
"It is hard for Lwazi to get game time, and it's the club's responsibility to ensure that he goes where he can play. So, he may be loaned out this season," the source told Goal.
According to our source, Pirates are in talks with several PSL clubs that have shown interest in the player, although nothing has been concluded yet.
"Let negotiations be finalised first and then we can start making it public, about those teams interested in him," added the source.
The 23-year-old winger was previously on the books of Moroka Swallows, but he joined Pirates as a free agent, after he was released by the Dobsonville-based club two seasons ago.

Pirates have Kethokwakhe Masuku, Tlou Segolela, Daine Klate, Sifiso Myeni, Aubrey Ngoma and now Thabo Qalinge in his position, hence Skosana is struggling to break into the starting line-up.

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