Absa Premiership

Makaab: Bucs stars settled

2015-05-29 09:56
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Cape Town - ProSport International CEO Mike Makaab insists his Orlando Pirates players are all happy with their current deals, but admits Patrick Phungwayo's future remains uncertain.

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The agency represents numerous Buccaneers, including goalkeeper Brighton Mhlongo and rising star Maselaelo Seanego, as well as left-back Phungwayo.

And while the majority of Makaab's clients are settled, the boss admits Phungwayo remains locked in discussions, with his deal set to expire in June and numerous suitors ready to pounce.

“All our players are happy and settled with their current deals. Makaab told Soccer Laduma.

“There is no one else we are negotiating a new deal, with the exception of Phungwayo.

“Brighton is settled, he signed a deal with the club last year. Young Maselaelo 'Shakes' Seanego is also settled at Pirates and eager to work hard for a regular berth in the side.”

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