Chiefs Sundowns Pirates Kimvuidi

Kiekie Kimvuidi Karim of Maritzburg United during the 2022 KZN Premiers Cup match between Maritzburg United and Uthongathi at King Zwelithini Stadium on the 30 July 2022 © Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix.

Pirates to sign PSL’s most-exciting number 10?

What a player this is. Orlando Pirates are reportedly making moves on one of the most gifted attacking players in the league.

Chiefs Sundowns Pirates Kimvuidi

Kiekie Kimvuidi Karim of Maritzburg United during the 2022 KZN Premiers Cup match between Maritzburg United and Uthongathi at King Zwelithini Stadium on the 30 July 2022 © Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix.

Orlando Pirates’ insatiable appetite for the best players in Mzansi has no end. The Buccaneers are said to be chasing Maritzburg United’s sensational star Karim Kimvuidi.

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ORLANDO PIRATES TARGET MARTIZBURG UNITED’S KARIM KIMVUIDI

After dazzling every defender he has faced this season, Maritzburg’s Kimvuidi has unsurprisingly caught Pirates’ attention.

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While the 21-year-old Congolese only has four assists in 28 appearances, his quick, imaginative, and unpredictable abilities on the ball are simply sensational.

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According to Unplayable, Pirates are plotting a move.

#UNPLAYABLE sources have confirmed Orlando Pirates’ interest in Maritzburg United midfielder, Karim Kimvuidi,” the report said.

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BUCS MIDFIELDER GETS THE BOOT

In other club news,  a midfielder’s Orlando Pirates dream is over.

Following a season on loan at Richards Bay, Pirates are said to have parted ways with midfielder Nkanyiso Zungu.

After making a few inconsistent appearances for the Natal Rich Boyz this season, the 27-year-old Zungu was sent packing out of Richards Bay.

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According to the latest reports, the Soweto giants have also taken the decision not to welcome back the former AmaZulu and Stellenbosch star.

“Orlando Pirates will not be keeping Nkanyiso Zungu, after his loan deal was terminated by Richards Bay,” Unplayable reported via Twitter.

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“He’s basically a free agent and searching for a team for next season,” a source told the publication.

Nkanyiso Zungu Pirates
Nkanyiso Zungu has endured numerous off-field issues. Image: Twitter/Nkanyiso Zungu

Are Pirates making the right decision? Let us know in the comments section below.

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