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Orlando Pirates target reportedly going to a big club next season

In the last few days there were strong reports shared by various media publications that the Soweto giants Orlando Pirates are set to sign a Cameroonian international striker Eva Nga. The 29 year old is currently in the books of the Eastern Cape based outfit Chippa United, there has been a number it teams from the DStv Premiership that were reportedly keen to bring him in to their respective clubs, however it's considered that the Buccaneers are the favourites to land the players signature.

As things stand right now the 29 year old attached has made a big hint about where he is heading next on his football career as he is believed to play his final league match in the colours of Chippa United, Eva Nga spent the last two seasons contracted with the club and the 2021/22 season has been his best by far.

As previously reported Orlando Pirates are not the only side that has made their interest known to the player, the likes of AmaZulu, Sekhukhune United and Kaizer Chiefs are some of the club's that are believed to have thrown in their interest for his services. Eva Nga is now a highly rated striker and has fought hard to place Chippa United away from the relegation zone.

When he was asked about his current situation with Chippa United, and if he is heading elsewhere next season he simply said, they've received many offers, and they are there already, and what's interesting is that he said it's very big local clubs. This is an interesting view from him which shows that we are going to see Eva Nga playing for one of the biggest teams in the Premier Soccer League (PSL), and it's most likely that he is heading to Orlando Pirates also considering the relationship Chippa United and the Buccaneers have.

Source: Soccer Laduma

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