Orlando Pirates officially parted ways with Menzi Masuku and two other players on Friday afternoon, but more could still follow suite. Can you guess who they are?
The Sea Robbers have been frantically busy this transfer window trying to rebuild a squad capable of competing for silverware next season. But the sudden influx of players does mean that others have to make way.
Today, we take a look at which players could still leave Mayfair.
The midfielder turned out just seven times for Pirates last season, and with Bernard Morrison having joined the club, a foreigner spot will need to open up. This could mean that the Ugandan may be the one to make way.
The goalkeeper has been tipped to leave Orlando since January, and with Pirates rumoured to add Jackson Mabokgwane to their books, it could certainly spell an exit for him.
While the midfielder has been a stalwart since his arrival at the club back in 2012, Myeni could have to make way in order to accommodate all the new arrivals. He will either have to fight or flight.
In three seasons with Pirates, Mvelase has made just 12 appearances, with two of those spreading across the last two campaigns. It seems his time at Mayfair is up and he could be looking for pastures new.
Now on the wrong side of 30, Mahamutsa, who will turn 35 just after the start of the new season, could be considered too old to form a part of Bucs' squad next season. Muhsin Ertugral is a coach who likes to put his trust in the youth, meaning that "Ngubo"may be short of game time.
Which players are you expecting to leave Pirates?