Pirates Striker Monitored At Former Club?

Bienvenu Eva Nga
Bienvenu Eva Nga

An Orlando Pirates star has been earmarked as a potential transfer target in the DStv Premiership should he be available for a move in the next transfer window, according to sources. 

Reports in local media have linked Pirates striker Bienvenu Eva Nga with an exit from the club although the Siya crew has learnt that the player is still in the plans for coach Jose Riveiro.  

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Eva Nga has scored one goal so far in the current campaign from 11 appearances although he featured for only 13 minutes in the last five league matches for the Buccaneers. 

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Reports in Cameroon have linked Bucs with Eva Nga’s countryman Souaibou Marou, as reported by the Siya crew, although the player’s current employers at Coton Sport FC have stated that the 21-year-old forward hasn’t signed with any club yet though they have confirmed interest in his services. 

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With Marou linked with the Soweto giants, Eva Nga’s situation is closely monitored at Chippa United, according to sources.

The 29-year-old scored 10 goals for the Chilli Boys last season from 29 appearances and was one of the influential players for the side.

“Chippa United would welcome the opportunity to have Eva Nga in their books again if he is going to be made available for a loan move as per reports. He was one of the stars for the team and would be a welcome addition if he was to return,” said the source.       

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