Orlando Pirates CLEAN-OUT: 13 player linked with exits! – Full list

Orlando Pirates CLEAN-OUT: 13 player linked with exits! – Full list

Orlando Pirates are far from done with their clean out. This, despite confirming seven club departures so far.

Orlando Pirates have already confirmed SEVEN club exits.

Ultimately, six Bucs players have left. Meanwhile, Jose Riveiro former assistant, Sergio Almenara is the seventh official departure, to date. However, there are several players linked with exits. As many as SIX Pirates players could still be released. Furthermore, another seven players are set to be loaned out.



Bandile Shandu

Bongani Sam

Sandile Mthethwa

Vincent Pule

Monnapule Saleng

Deon Hotto

“Among those rumored to be on the exit list are goalkeepers Richard Ofori and Siyabonga Mpontshane, Bandile Shandu, Bongani Sam, and Sandile Mthethwa, as well as midfielders Vincent Pule, Monnapule Saleng, Thabang Monare, Fortune Makaringe, and Deon Hotto,” the insider stated on SoccerLaduma.

Interestingly, Ofori, Mpontshane. Monare, Makaringe have all left since this report was made.

Therefore, Shandu, Sam, Mthethwa, Pule, Saleng and Hotto are all expected to leave Mayfair. This is all part of Pirates plan to compete in next year’s PSL. Furthermore, they want to build depth and refresh the squad ahead of their return to the CAF Champions League.


Boitumelo Radiopane

Azola Matrose

Azola Tshobeni

Cebu Mvhuno

Katlego Otladisa

Lesedi Kapinga

Thabiso Sesami

In addition to the plethora of talent being released, many Pirates players will be loaned out as well.

“You see players like Boiutumelo Radiopane, Azola Matrose, Azola Tshobeni and Cabo Mvhuno are supposed to go back on loan to different teams,” the insider stated on SoccerLaduma.

“The potential loan list includes the likes of Katlego Otladisa, Lesedi Kapinga and Thabiso Sesame,” added on the same publication. Meanwhile, several Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs players are linked with moves to Europe. This list includes a Bafana Bafana striker and a prodigy with sides in the English Premier League interested.