South African giants, Orlando Pirates are considering parting ways with Ghanaian forward, Kwame Peprah.
The former King Faisal striker has been struggling for game time since his move to the club.
The 22-year-old joined the Buccaneers on a three-year deal following his explosive season in the Ghana Premier League after netting 22 goals during the 2020/21 season.
He had an outstanding first season with the Bucs where he netted 9 goals in all competitions with an assist to power them into the CAF Confederations Cup final but unfortunately lost the final narrowly to RS Berkane in a final that was staged in Uyo, Nigeria.
However, Peprah has been really poor this season even during his loan spell at Maritzburg United who just got relegated from the South African topflight.
And according to reports, Orlando Pirates are willing to offload the striker who has just a year left in his contract.
Peprah made 18 appearances in all competitions this season, 14 in the DSTV Premiership with just a goal to his belt.