European clubs hoping to conclude deals for Orlando Pirates forwards Morrison and Foster

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European clubs hoping to conclude deals for Orlando Pirates forwards Morrison and Foster

European clubs hoping to conclude deals for Orlando Pirates forwards Morrison and Foster

Orlando Pirates could reportedly sell Lyle Foster and Bernard Morrison to European clubs during the current Transfer Window.

Morrison, who is yet establish himself at the Buccaneers, has reportedly attracted interest from Turkish club Antalyaspor.

According to the latest reports, the Super Lig outfit are close to reaching an agreement with Pirates which would see the midfielder-come-striker leave the Soweto giants this month.

Morrison, 24, joined Bucs from DR Congo giants AS Vita prior to the start of the 2016/17 campaign, but he has failed to live up to expections.

The Ghana international signed a three-year deal when he joined the Soweto giants.

Meanwhile, French Ligue 1 giants AS Monaco have reportedly opened talks with Pirates regarding Foster's services.

The high-rated teenager, who helped South Africa win the 2017 Cosafa Under-20 Championships in Zambia, underwent successful trials at the French champions late last year.

The latest reports have indicated that the Monaco are close to finalizing a deal with Pirates which would see the 17-year-old striker join the French champions during the current Transfer Window.

Foster, who was promoted to the Bucs first team from the club's development academy last September, has also been on the radar of some of the top German Bundesliga sides


Borussia Dortmund and Werder Bremen have been linked with Foster since last year.