Orlando Pirates are closing in on a Finnish club FC Honka Attacker. 

 Orlando Pirates are closing in on a Finnish club FC Honka Attacker. 

Orlando Pirates are closing in on a Finnish club FC Honka Attacker.

 

 

South African giant, Orlando Pirates are doing everything to sign talented Ghanaian attacker Edmund Arko-Mensah to bolster its squad for the upcoming season.

After a good campaign in the Premier Soccer League last season, Orlando Pirates have set sight on fighting for trophies in the 2022/23 season.

As a result, the club has kept its top players and also worked on bringing in quality players to augment its squad.

After six signings already, Orlando Pirates now want to sign Ghanaian winger Edmund Arko-Mensah.

The club is impressed with the versatility of the Ghanaian youth player and wants to secure his services from Finnish club FC Honka.

If the deal is completed, Edmund Arko-Mensah will join compatriots Richard Ofori and Kwame Peprah to become the third Ghanaian at the South African club.

“Kick Ghana understands Pirates are bent on closing in on a deal to take Arko-Mensah on permanent deal, though Honka is willing to help facilitate the move if the Buccaneers are ready to cough-out a juicy amount of money to convince them to release their top skanker to them,” a report read.

This publication provided some accurate reports about Kwame Peprah last year when Pirates were looking to sign him from King Faisal.

It remains be seen whether Arko-Mensah will end up joining the Buccaneers in the upcoming week.

The 20-year-old left-back-come-left-winger represented Ghana at the 2017 FIFA U17 World Cup finals in India.

Should Orlando Pirates Pound on the elite youngster,  it will means that he will be their Morge signing for them.

It remain to be see if whether the Buccaneers will finally decoy their guy or not. Orlando Pirates look set to compete for the DStv Premiership this season and with few new signings, all might come to place and it will see them challenge for the league title as well this season.

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