Six Crucial Matches For Bucs Striker, Exit Looms?
Exit Looms For Orlando Pirates Striker
The next six matches for an Orlando Pirates striker will be crucial, in order to impress the technical team in the hope of extending his stay at the club.
Ayanda Nkosi has been mentioned among potential departures from the Soweto giants at the end of the current season, despite still having another year on his contract with Pirates, as he joined the club on a three-year contract in 2016.
One start and four substitute appearances are all that the striker has contributed to Pirates’ Absa Premiership title-chasing campaign.
“Ayanda Nkosi would be very lucky if he can remain with Pirates beyond this season. The club is considering either loaning him or using him in a swap deal with another player from another club,” said the Siya crew source in edition 1065 of Soccer Laduma.
Nkosi joined the Buccaneers in 2016 from Free State Stars. In his first season with Bucs, the player made seven appearances in all competitions and scored one goal.
The 25-year-old is yet to score a goal in the current campaign. He is down the pecking order at Bucs, behind the likes of Justin Shonga, Augustine Mulenga and Bernard Morrison, among other attacking players featuring regularly in Milutin Sredojevic’s team this season.