Orlando Pirates are expected to welcome a striker who is set to join the club on assessment under Head Coach Milutin Sredojevic and his technical team on a month-long trial.
Cameron Paulse is a young striker from Cape Town who made the final squad of 16 players for the Nedbank Ke Yona Team.
Paulse played for the Ke Yona Team as they lost 2-1 to Nedbank Cup champions Free State Stars in a match played over two weeks ago.
As part of the talent identification initiative programme, each of the 16 players who made it to the final squad have a received a once in a lifetime opportunity to trial with a PSL club.
Following the Ke Yona Team draft that happened earlier today (Wednesday), it has been confirmed that Paulse would be going to Pirates for his trial as all the 16 hopefuls were being drafted to various PSL teams.
It was recently confirmed that Pirates would welcome at the club a young central defender from Durban by the name of Ryan Adams for a life-changing opportunity of a one-year contract to join the Soweto giants' development team, following another talent identification initiative, Sbonisi’Diski.