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Orlando Pirates is said to be looking to send out a defender out loan to Chippa United ahead of next season.

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Orlando Pirates duo of Thabiso Sesane and Sandile Mthethwa celebrate the club’s 2024 Nedbank Cup quarterfinal victory over AmaZulu FC at Moses Mabhida Stadium.

With the 2023/2024 season just a few weeks from ending, most of the Dstv Premiership clubs have started their transfer plans for the upcoming transfer window.

One of the clubs well underway with plans for next season is Soweto giants, Pirates, as the Buccaneers are looking to fine tune their squad ahead of next season.

Sesane’s Potential Loan Move To Chippa United

According to Soccer Laduma, the Sea Robbers are looking to loan out central defender Thabiso Sesane to Chippa United.

The 23-year-old is no stranger to loan moves, as he has so far played for clubs like Jomo Cosmos and All Stars all on loan from Pirates.

His proposed move to Chippa is down to limited game time this season under Jose Riveiro, but he is seen as a long-term player at the club.

Sesane has managed to play only two league matches this season alongside a handful of cup games like the last match the club played against Amazulu FC.

But that was due to the regular central pairing of Tapelo Xoki and Nkosinathi Sibisi being suspended.

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