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Orlando Pirates is leading the race to sign the Premier Soccer League (PSL) star.

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Orlando Pirates duo of Fortune Makaringe and Miguel Timm battling with Maritzburg United starlet Karim Kimvuidi for the ball.

The Buccaneers have already lost some of the players to their arch-rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns this off-season.

With the likes of Pule Mmodi, Ranga Chivaviro, Given Msimango, and Junior Mendieta choosing to join Pirates’ major rivals.

The club is reported to be determined to not lose another player to its rivals.


Maritzburg United Starlet Karim Kimvuidi is said to be targeted by the three big clubs in the top-tier of South African football.

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However, according to The South African, Orlando Pirates are working hard to fend off interest from other clubs for the 21-year-old.


Meanwhile, the player this week revealed that he prefers to join the Dstv Premiership champions Sundowns over both Soweto clubs.

Giving the advantage back to the Rhulani Mokwena led side in the race for his signature.

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Furthermore, the Team Of Choice is looking to sell the player to the highest bidder.

Putting the Brazilians in prime position to sign the Democratic Republic of Congo youth international.

Due to the heavy financial muscles they posses in the transfer market in the country.

 But the Buccaneer’s project might be enticing to lure the youngster to Houghton.

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Should the club seal Kimvuidi’s signature, he will become the club’s fourth signing this off-season.

After signing Melusi Buthelezi from TS Galaxy, Katlego Otladisa from Marumo Gallants, and Siphelo Baloni from Cape Town All Stars.

While no player has been shown the exit door so far.

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