Orlando Pirates in-form striker is reportedly set to join SuperSport United in a transfer swoop.

The Zimbabwean striker Terrence Dzvukamanja is one of the players that were enjoying a red-hot form at the Buccaneers towards the end of last season.

Despite a slow start at the club last season the Zimbabwean international managed to pick up on his form towards the end of last season and also helped the Buccaneers to clinch the Nedbank cup trophy.

According to reports the Zimbabwean striker is set to join SuperSport United this week after he already agreed to join the Gavin Hunt coached side ahead of the upcoming season.

According to reports the player had already signed a pre-contract with the Pretoria side.

The Buccaneers on the other side have already secured the signature of SuperSport United player Patrick Maswanganyi who is already enjoying the preseason with the club and is part of the squad that travelled to Spain.

According to a source a couple of players are set to join the Pretoria side including Mamelodi Sundowns striker Etiosa Ighodaro.

The source added that Supersport do not have the finances to buy players and therefore the club secured the signature of Dzvukamanja on a pre-contract agreement, the source further revealed that the two parties are yet to agree on personal terms.

The source added that there are five or six players that will be promoted to the senior team of SuperSport United as the club is gearing up for the upcoming season.

The Pretoria side will also have a busy season in the upcoming campaign as the club will compete in the continental tournament CAF Confederations Cup after finishing the previous season on third position.

The club will be looking to add experienced players who have a continental experience such as Dzvukamanja.