The transfer window has opened, and ambitious clubs are pouring money into the market in the hopes of improving their squad and potentially winning the league title next season. Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs have lost Kearyn Baccus and will need to find a replacement shortly.
Eva Nga is expected to join the Soweto Giants ahead of the 2022-23 season after receiving a two-year contract from the Orlando Pirates. The Pirates have been in the process of signing forward Chippa United, according to the Siya crew, and the transaction appears to have passed the line. Nga, who has been been targeted by Kaizer Chiefs and AmaZulu, is ready for the challenge.According to Soccer Laduma, the next significant challenge in his career awaits him. The Buccaneers have offered the 29-year-old Cameroon striker a two-year contract, according to Sia's sources.
Meanwhile, here are some observations from Pirates supporters in Orlando:
The Buccaneers have stepped up their offensive for the upcoming season, with Gabadinho Mhango scheduled to leave at the end of June, and Nga will bring a different element to his style of play. Nga scored 10 goals in 29 games for the Chilli Boys this season. The Chips just exercised a one-year option on Nga's contract, ensuring that he will not leave for free.
How do you feel about the Orlando Pirates' plan to sign this player before Kaizer Chiefs? AmaZulu or the Chiefs? Is this the wisest course of action, or should they drop out of the race and look for a better player? Don't forget to like, comment, and share your thoughts on this topic.
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