PSL top striker set to leave for greener pastures


One of the DStv Premiership's top three strikers could reportedly be leaving for either North Africa or Europe upon the expiry of his contract at the end of the season.

Word reaching this website is that Chippa United striker Bienvenu Eva Nga’s goals have been noticed in Tunisia and France while enquiries have also been made in Morocco and Scotland.  

Eva Nga has scored nine goals this season and sits third on the scoring charts behind Peter Shalulile of Mamelodi Sundowns and Royal AM’s Victor Letsoalo.

The Cameroonian striker is in his second season at Chippa where his contract runs up at the end of the season.
He previously played for Bidvest Wits after having played in Mozambique and Portugal.

The 29-year-old is enjoying his best season in South Africa with his goals turning heads.

This website has been told that Tunisian club AS Rejiche has shown interest while two clubs from the French lower divisions have also taken an interest.

In Morocco, Eva Nga has also been considered with a mid-table club Sporting Club Chabib Mohammedia having already made intentions to table an offer before the end of the season.

Another club in the Scottish Championship has also made enquiries in the Cameroonian.

Those that are working on his move have requested that if he is on double figures at the end of the season and a free agent then his move will happen.

A network of Cameroonians based in France have taken the initiative to help Eva Nga as he is without a full-time intermediary.

His goals have also been noticed back home as he is now the man holding the Cameroonian flag in the PSL.

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