Absa Premiership

Mobara draws interest as Pirates exit nears

2019-06-11 14:22
Abbubaker Mobara has been playing well in the Nedbank Cup (Chris Ricco, BackpagePix)

Cape Town - Orlando Pirates defender Abbubaker Mobara is reportedly set to leave the club with SuperSport United, Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City showing interest in his services.

Mobara has struggled to make the breakthrough during his three years at Mayfair and made just five Absa Premiership appearances in 2018/19.

With his deal expiring at the end of June, Soccer Laduma report he is to be released meaning a number of clubs will no doubt be interested in snapping him up.

According to the same publication, the 25-year-old is on the radar of SuperSport, Sundowns and the Citizens.

With the player becoming a free agent on 1 July, there could be a number of other sides that may make a move for a player who can play in a number of positions.

Mobara has rich potential as he famously had Brazil superstar Neymar in his pocket for Amaglug-glug at the 2016 Olympic games.

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