As recently announced by the group, Chiefs were surrounding Cameroonian striker, Eva Nga, with signs that Usuthu are accepted to entered the exchange race close by Amakhosi chasing the in-structure player.
The Durban-based side is perceived to be hoping to reinforce their striking division, having scored 22 objectives in 26 matches this term, and the Siya team has been educated that Nga is a man they have recognized as a first concern to join the club for next season.
As indicated by Siya sources, AmaZulu are accepted to be shutting on the star, and seem, by all accounts, to be in a two-horse race with Chiefs for the Chippa United striker.
After a sluggish beginning to life in the PSL, Nga has at long last observed his scoring contact, arriving at twofold figures interestingly this season since showing up in the country in 2020 to play for Bidvest Wits. He is as of now on 10 association objectives, which is four a greater number of than he banged in last season for the Chili Boys.
His structure has unquestionably grabbed the eye of clubs in the DStv Premiership, with AmaZulu accepted to be buckling down in the background to guarantee he is wearing their pullover when the 2022/23 starts off.
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