ARE THERE ANY KAIZER CHIEFS IN THE PICTURE?
Amakhosi came close to completing a deal with Chippa for the huge Cameroonian striker Nga, as The South African revealed in recent weeks.
What a surprise. Eva Nga was expected to wear Kaizer Chiefs' black and gold next season, but he may instead wear Orlando Pirates' colors. The contract apparently fell through because the 29-year-old striker requested an R160 000 wage after scoring 10 goals in 28 games. "The Siya crew has been credibly informed that Orlando Pirates have moved ahead of Chippa United in the fight for the striker's signature."In their most recent issue, Soccer Laduma reported on Eva Nga.
ORLANDO PIRATES TO SIGN CHIPPA UNITED'S EVA NGA?
According to new sources, the Buccaneers are planning to unveil Nga at Orlando Stadium before the start of next season.
"While nothing has been confirmed at this time," the article continued, "the crew has been told to suspect that Chippa might be interested in a few players from Pirates as part of a swap deal for Nga."
The Chilli Boys' recent decision to activate a one-year option extension on Nga's contract will secure a financial or player swap gain, according to the article.
Next season, Nga is likely to wear a different color jersey. @KickOffMagazine / Twitter image
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