Orlando Pirates star is facing a possible exit from the Buccaneers ahead of the new season.

The Soweto side have parted ways with several of their fringe players that were not playing that much for the club in recent seasons as the club is looking to trim down their squad size going to the new campaign.

The club is set to continue parting ways with some of their players to make a space for those players that are expected to arrive at the club.

Pirates will also be expected to make decisions on those players who returned to the club from loan spells from other clubs.

Thabiso Sesane is among of the players that spent the previous season on loan with a lower division side in order to get a regular game time and the player is currently at Pirates after his loan spell came to an end at the end of last season.

However the 23-year old pirates development product is linked with another loan exit from the club.

The player was promoted to the senior team of the Buccaneers back in 2020 after he was seen as one of the promising players at that time.

However since his promotion to the first team the 23 year-old failed to cement his place in the starting lineup of the club.

The player only made seven appearances in the senior team of Pirates and was loaned out twice by the club in seek of regular game time.

In the previous season the player was loaned out to All Stars FC where he managed to make a total of 29 appearances for the lower division side.

Latest reports suggest that another loan move is on the cards for the 23 year-old and could secure a move to the dstv premiership side Chippa United after he did not travel with the Buccaneers to Spain as part of their pre-season preparations.