Orlando Pirates reportedly considering keeping Terrence Dzvukamanja
Soweto giants Orlando Pirates are said to be contemplating keeping Warriors forward Terrence Dzvukamanja despite the club’s initial plan to ship him out.
Dzvukamanja was transfer listed by the Buccaneers recently, with the club aiming to sell him this January before the transfer window closes on Tuesday.
The decision to transfer list him comes after the Jose Riveiro coached team deemed the ex-Bidvest Wits player as excess baggage after falling down the pecking order in the Spanish gaffer’s team.
However, Pirates are reportedly making a U-turn against releasing the forward whose contract with the club is set to expire at the end of the on going season.
This comes after the former Ngezi Platinum Stars lanky attacker proved his worth in the team when he scored a crucial goal for Pirates in their late dramatic 3-1 win over Golden Arrows.
The stoppage time goal which silenced his critics inspired Pirates to a win.
Confirming Dzvukamanja’s possible stay at Pirates, his agent Mike Makaab told FARPost: “Well, there’s a possibility that Terrence [Dzvukamanja] might remain at Pirates.”
“Obviously, he has been in the match day squad for the team this year, and the team might keep him,” he added
Dzvukamanja has been the subject of criticism by club supporters who believe the lanky forward is a liability.