With Bernard Morrison having been handed his clearance from Orlando Pirates, the indication is that the Soweto giants are edging closer to making another signing.
As reported by the Siya crew, Morrison has parted ways with Pirates, with the forward now targeting an overseas move as the next step of his career.
According to sources close to Bucs, the club’s parting of ways with the Ghanaian could be a way of them opening a space for a foreign signing in this transfer window.
The Buccaneers are expected to add Brazilian defender Caio Marcelo on their roster for the 2018/19 season, with indications that the 20-year-old has impressed with his performances during his trial with the club.
However, with Bucs had to open up one foreign space from their squad before signing another player, as they had Morrison, Augustine Mulenga, Justin Shonga, Marshall Munetsi and Kudakwashe Mahachi filling their foreign quota.
Issa Sarr, who has been occupying another foreign space in Bucs’ squad, has already said his goodbyes to the club.
Bucs’ player movements are expected to be made from the club before the team’s first match of the new season against Highlands Park on August 04.