Soweto giants are close to signing a sought-after PSL striker?
The rivalry between these two Soweto heavyweights on the pitch is one of the things that draws fans to see them play each other in league and cup competitions.
When it comes to signing new players, the Soweto giants often share the same preferences as their rivals. It's not uncommon for the two clubs to offer contracts to the same high-quality, skilled players in the PSL.
In the wake of his two-year stay at the club, reports suggest that Eva Nga will play his final match for Chippa United against TS Galaxy on Sunday, according to sources.
Kaizer Chiefs reportedly made a bid for the striker, but it was rejected. However, it's not clear if Orlando Pirates offered the player a contract or if the agreement fell through.
Bienvenu Eva Nga intimated that big-name clubs in the PSL were interested in signing her. "We have a variety of deals. They've already arrived. It's enormous (name clubs). Big names from the area. Among the world's most prominent figures. It's on its way to you. Soon, in fact "It was something that Eva Nga said.
On top of that, he talked about Chippa United's next season-ending game, and how he and his teammates plan to approach it.
"For us, every game is significant. Even the final game of the season is never taken lightly by our team. To be able to go home happy, we need to have fun and win. Because it's the final game of the season, we owe it to them to please them. We'll do everything it takes (to win), "he asserted.
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