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Kaizer Chiefs is said to have joined the race to sign Orlando Pirates star middlefielder maestro Ben Motshwari.

Pirates Star Ben Motshwari
Orlando Pirates star Ben Motshwari in action Mamelodi Sundowns star Neo Maema.

The Naturena-based club is in the market to sign a central middlefielder after selling Njabulo Blom back in January.

Pirates star middlefielder Ben Motshwari is the latest player linked with Amakhosi.

According to Goal SA journalist Austin Ditlhobolo, the former Bidvest Wits player is in his last month of his contract at Pirates.

And they are no signs of the player extending his stay at the club beyond his current contract.

As the two parties are yet to reach an agreement for a new deal.

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However, his age could be a stumbling block in Chiefs going for him.

Under Arthur Zwane , the club seems to sign players under the age of 30, and Motshwari is in his 30s.

The 32-year-old is not short of suitors, as Chiefs face challenges from Supersport United, Richards Bay, and Sekhukhune United for his signature.

Motshwari’s agency Pulse Players Management, led by Palesa Mkhize, will have a lot to do before the start of season 2023/2024.

Meanwhile, a move to Chiefs it is a possibility for the stocky middlefielder.

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