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Orlando Pirates favourites to beat their arch-rivals Mamelodi Sundowns to the signing of PSL star.

Pirates Se To Beat Sundowns To PSL Star Signature.
Maritzburg United star Karim Kimvuidi battles with Orlando Pirates star Fortune Makaringe for the ball.

According to the Siya Crew(Soccer Laduma), Orlando Pirates is leading the race to sign Maritzburg United middlefielder Karim Kimvuidi.

The Buccaneers are the favourites to beat their arch-rivals, Mamelodi Sundowns, to the signature of the talented youngster.

Pirates offers the 21-year-old an enticing deal that is hard to turn down according to Siya Crew source.

But Sundowns is still in the race and likely to counter Pirates’ offer for the player.

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Kimvuidi played 30 matches in all competitions this season, with 29 of them coming in the league.

An impressive stat for a player who is in his first season in the Dstv Premiership.

He joined the Team of Choice from Congo DR club Motema Pembe FC back in July 2022.

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Meanwhile, Pirates is also looking to add a central defender to their team.

The Jose Riveiro led club is linked with multiple central defenders in the country such as Sicelo Hlatshwayo from Golden Arrows.

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