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Eva Nga, Peprah and players tipped to leave Orlando Pirates in January 2023

06:00 GMT 04/12/2022
Bienvenu Eva Nga, Orlando Pirates, August 2022
The Buccaneers may look to offload some of their fringe players during the mid-season transfer window.

Several Orlando Pirates players have been tipped to leave the Soweto giants during next month's PSL transfer window.
The reigning MTN8 champions may have to make decisions regarding the futures of some of their fringe players who have been linked with other clubs.
GOAL compiled a list of players that are likely to leave the Houghton-based giants in the mid-season transfer window.

  • Collins Makgaka, Orlando Pirates, November 2021

    Collins Makgaka

    The diminutive attacking midfielder, who is yet to start a competitive match this term, has been linked with Stellenbosch FC. 
    Makgaka has seven months left on his current deal with Pirates and he will be free to sign a pre-contract with a club of his choice from next month onwards.

  • Sandile Mthethwa, Orlando Pirates, August 2021

    Sandile Mthethwa

    The towering central defender has found himself behind Innocent Maela, Olisa Ndah, Tapelo Xoki and Nkosinathi Sibisi in Bucs' central defensive pecking order.
    Golden Arrows, Richards Bay and Chippa United have all been credited with an interest in Mthethwa who is yet to make a competitive appearance for the Buccaneers this season.

  • Kwame Peprah, Orlando Pirates, April 2022

    Kwame Peprah

    The former Ghana under-23 international reportedly stayed put at Pirates after an offer from an unnamed Greek club was rejected by the Soweto giants in August this year.
    Peprah has had limited game time and it is said that the 21-year-old will push for a move away from the Buccaneers as he looks to revive his once promising career.

  • Terrence Dzvukamanja, Orlando Pirates, December 2021

    Terrence Dzvukamanja

    The Zimbabwe international has made just one competitive appearance this season and he has seven months left on his current deal with the Soweto giants.
    Dzvukamanja could reportedly be offloaded in order to free up space in the foreign quota with the Houghton-based giants having been strongly linked with Cameroon international Marou Souiabou of Coton Sport.

  • Ntsako Makhubela, Orlando Pirates, September 2021

    Ntsako Makhubela

    The Pirates academy product had a point to prove when he rejoined the Soweto giants from Lamontville Golden Arrows last year, but he has failed to make an impact.
    Makhubela has been linked with a move back to Arrows and he is currently behind Monnapule Saleng, Vincent Pule, Deon Hotto and Kabelo Dlamini in the pecking order at the four-time PSL champions.

  • Bienvenu Eva Nga, Orlando Pirates, August 2022

    Bienvenu Eva Nga

    The Cameroonian marksman hit the ground running at Pirates after joining the club from Chippa United in July this year, but he fell out of favour following Kermit Erasmus' arrival at the club.
    Evidence Makgopa's return from a long-term injury also pushed Eva Nga further down the pecking order in the team's striking department and his former coach at Bidvest Wits, Gavin Hunt is believed to be keen to reunite with him at SuperSport United next month.