Orlando Pirates and goalkeeper Richard Ofori resume contract talks after the talks broke down earlier this season.
The talks resume after the shot-stopper rejected the deal Pirates offered him back in March this year.
Rumours are linking him with a move away from the club.
But Goal SA journalist Austin Ditlhobolo provided a new update on the matter.
Ofori’s agency TSSM, led by Tera Maliwa, has resume talks regarding the keeper’s future at the club.
See Ditlhobolo’s post below:
The Ghanaian joined the Buccaneers back in 2020 on a 3-year deal from Dstv Premiership rival Maritzburg United.
Upon his arrival, he took over the number one jersey, but injuries have since taken the spot from him.
With the likes of Sipho Chaine and Siyabonga Mpontshane getting action due to his unavailability.
Despite returning to full-fitness, the 29-year-old has struggled to retain his place.
Chaine is currently the club’s preferred number one and is expected to compete with the incoming Melusi Buthelezi.
With Mpontshane set to leave the club when his contract runs out on the 30th of June, the club has opened talks with Ofori.
Should the two parties fail to reach an agreement, Ofori will leave the club on free when his contract ends next month.