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Egyptian Premier Soccer League club Pyramids FC places an offer for Orlando Pirates target.

Stephane Aziz KI in action for Young Africans against Mamelodi Sundowns in the first leg of the 2023/2024 CAF Champions League quarterfinal clash at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

After a brilliant display against Mamelodi Sundowns in the second leg of the CAF Champions League quarterfinal, Pirates showed its interest in signing Young Africans star attacker Stephane Aziz Ki.

Contract Situation

The attacker is currently on his last two months of his contract at the club, and despite stating that he would like to stay, he is likely to leave due to the FIFA transfer ban Yanga recently got.

Which does not permit the club to sign or register new players, meaning Yanga can’t extend Aziz Ki’s contract.

Offer from Pyramids FC

While Pirates is still looking to find ways to go after the player, Egyptian giants Pyramids has tabled an offer according to one of the leading publications in South Africa and Africa, Idiski Times.

The offer is said to be around the $300 000 (R5.7 million) the player’s representative is looking for.

Historical Precedent

Aziz Ki will not be the first player from Yanga to move to Pyramids in recent history.

DR Congo star striker Fiston Mayele also moved to the Egyptian club from Yanga at the start of the current season.

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