Mo Eisa, the Sudanese-born forward of Bristol City is being targeted by League 1 side Charlton Athletic. Reports coming from the London News claim that the Athletic’s team manager, Lee Bowyer is planning to bring Eisa on loan before the deadline that is set next Thursday. The South London side is also reportedly planning to have an interest of QPR’s Paul Smith as the team is looking to strengthen the team for the rest of the season.
As for Bristol City Head Coach Lee Johnson, he readily admitted that there are a number of clubs that have in constant contact and express interest of the flamboyant forward. There are also plans for Eisa to have a meeting with Coach Johnson and discuss the striker’s best option for the rest of the campaign. It is more likely that the Sudanese striker will be playing first-team football on other clubs as Robins is also planning to bring another forward within this month.
Before moving to Bristol City last summer for a reported 1.5 million euro, Mo Eisa had a successful run with Greenwich Borough, scoring a total of 57 goals in a total of 100 appearances in all competitions. Eisa then leaves the club last June 2017 while signing at Cheltenham Town on July 2017. He reportedly signs a one-year deal before breaking the first team the following month and signs a contract extension with the club until 2020. Last March 2018, the striker matched the club’s record of 20 goals in a season and won the EFL League Two Player of the Month
The Sudanese forward was heavily recruited during the 2018 pre-season with several clubs reportedly showing interest in the striker such as Brentford, Portsmouth, and Leed United. Eisa, instead, opted to sign for Bristol City last July 23, 2018.