Orlando Pirates have finally captured the signature of former Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro, the club have confirmed on Monday.
The talented striker, who can use either foot to score, has been surrounded by speculations and since he signed a pre-contract with Orlando Pirates to join them in June when his contract ends with Bucs rivals Kaizer Chiefs, has joined the club earlier than expected as he signed with the Buccaneers after his club released him from his contract.
“Orlando Pirates Football Club would like to confirm the signing of Lehlohonolo Majoro,” the Park Town-based club confirmed on their official website on Monday (www.orlandopiratesfc.com)
“Majoro joins the might Buccaneers after the club received a DRC Order declaring him a free agent.
The 27-year old striker, who has also represented AmaZulu before joining Kaizer Chiefs where he helped the Soweto giants to the League title and a Cup success in 2013, will likely to make his debut when Orlando Pirates welcome relegation candidates Free State Stars at the Orlando Stadium this coming Saturday night.