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Mamelodi Sundowns extends Orlando Pirates target’s contract by further two years.

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Lesedi Kapinga of Mamelodi Sundowns challenged by Nkanyiso Zungu of Richards Bay during the 2023 Nedbank Cup match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Richards Bay at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria on 07 January 2023.

According to Goal SA journalist Austin Ditlhobolo, Sundowns triggered a two-year extension in Pirates target’s contract with the club.

Lesedi Kapinga joined Sundowns back in 2020 from Black Leopards on a three-year deal with an option for further two.

Despite his struggles in the three years he has been at the club, the club decided to extend his stay until 2025.

The Pirates target is linked with a move away from the club in search of game time.

But the club’s decision to extend his stay may change his fortune at the club.

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With the imment departures of Hashim Domingo and Bradley Ralani, Kapinga is set for a fresh start at the club.

He is likely to get more game time from next season and become an important part of the club.

However, Pirates seems to not give up on their target despite the latest developments.

The Buccaneers are confident that they can get their man ahead of the 2023/2024 season.

Whether it will be on a permanent or loan basis, remains to be seen.

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