The Siya crew has been informed of two youngsters from Orlando Pirates that are keen on leaving the club in search of regular first team football elsewhere.
Freddie Hlalele and Charlie Hlalele are believed to be keen on gaining game-time away from Bucs, as reported in the latest Soccer Laduma.
The 23-year-old twins have been playing for Bucs’ MultiChoice Diski Challenge team. A Siya source close to Bucs has confirmed that the two players have made their intentions clear to the club, on wanting to leave.
According to the source, the players have stopped training with the team, while they are also believed to have submitted their exit request to the club’s management.
“The Hlalele twins – Freddie and Charlie – are keen on leaving Orlando Pirates. They haven’t been training with Pirates. They have been training with a Johannesburg-based football academy. Both players want to go play first team football elsewhere,” said the source.
For options on what could happen for the two players, get more information in the story on edition 1059 of Soccer Laduma.