Several clubs are showing a keen interest in two out-of-favour Orlando Pirates attackers as the duo seek regular playing time following a frustrating first half of the season.
For all the scoring troubles that Pirates have faced this season with a mere 10 league goals in 15 matches, two of their West African star are the subject of possible departures.
Strikers Bienvenu Eva Nga and Kwame Peprah are both being sensationally linked with transfer exits from a struggling Buccaneers attack with only TS Galaxy and Maritzburg United having scored fewer.
Cameroonian forward Eva Nga’s well publicised struggles has seen interesting glances from the Middle East resurface since before signing for Pirates at the beginning of the season.
Kuwait Premier League club Al Qadsia club were believed to be keen on Eva Nga before he chose to sign for Pirates, and they have now reportedly been quietly following his situation.
Eva Nga turns 30 next month and is keen on receiving more playing time in the peak of his career.
To date, Eva Nga has scored a solitary goal this season since arriving from Chippa United during the winter break.
The forceful forward scored on debut against Swallows back in August but has found his playing time diminishing to such an extent that he was dropped and ultimately failed to make the matchday squad in the last five league matches.
His last three appearances in the last four months have totaled 21 minutes.
Also walking with frustration is Peprah who only has six appearances this term with no goal to his name.
Peprah reportedly had offers to leave at the beginning of the season but none of the deals materialised and has now found himself with a mere 109 minutes to his name this term.
Instead of improving on his first-season output of nine goals in 38 appearances, he is now a mere shadow at Pirates.
His handlers are already working on finding a way out for him with an option of North Africa already on the table.