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Pirates And AmaZulu Could Swap Players

Riaan Hanamub of Namibia during the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations Finals match between Tunisia and Namibia at Amadou Gon Coulibaly Stadium in Korhogo on 16 January 2024

Riaan Hanamub of Namibia during the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations Finals match between Tunisia and Namibia at Amadou Gon Coulibaly Stadium in Korhogo on 16 January 2024

Samuel Shivambu

Despite AmaZulu having previously stated that influential left-back Riaan Hanamub is not for sale, Orlando Pirates have renewed their interest in the player, sources have revealed. 

Since the end of last season, Hanamub has been linked with Pirates after an impressive campaign with the Durban-based outfit with 32 starts in all competitions plus three assists.

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Hanamub was one of the outstanding players for Namibia as they shocked Tunisia with a 1-0 victory in their Africa Cup of Nations Group E match in Ivory Coast on Tuesday.

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Sources have told the Siya crew that the 28-year-old is on the radar of a few clubs, including the Buccaneers who are keen to reinforce the left side of defence in coach Jose Riveiro’s team.

“Riaan Hanamub remains a target for Pirates despite that AmaZulu previously disputed the news,” said the source.

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“AmaZulu are interested in Pirates’ Bongani Sam, who is on loan at (Moroka) Swallows, and depending on the plans in the coming weeks there could be an exchange of players between the two clubs,” the source said.

Earlier this week, AmaZulu announced signing Sifiso Ngobeni on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns to strengthen their left-back position, while former Kaizer Chiefs defender Sibusiso Mabiliso has been allowed to leave the KwaZulu-Natal giants. 

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