Orlando Pirates star is on his way out of the club.
Orlando Pirates star is on his way out and look set to start a new page with KZN based club.
Orlando Pirates striker Tshegofatso Mabasa seems destined for a everlasting exit, with the Buccaneers reportedly prepared to pay attention to gives of round R3.5 million for the prolific forward.
The 29-year-old has been a revelation for Swallows, spearheading their attack with six goals in just 13 appearances.
His effect hasn’t gone unnoticed, drawing admiring glances from numerous suitors both domestically and internationally.
While Pirates are not likely to allow Mabasa pass for a bargain, the R3.5 million asking price reflects a pragmatic approach.
Having struggled for regular game time at the Buccaneers, Mabasa has rediscovered his goalscoring touch at Swallows, proving his value remains undiminished.
AmaZulu, known for their ambitious transfer policy, are reportedly keen to make Mabasa their latest acquisition.
His arrival would bolster their attacking options and potentially propel them up the DStv Premiership table.
One factor is for sure: Mabasa’s impressive loan spell at Swallows has reignited his career and made him a hot commodity in the transfer market.
Mabasa is a great player and will perfectly fit well at AmaZulu FC. He deserves a team that will use him and his abilities.