As our search for a new striker continues, Lee Bowyer has been having a look at the Championship for a bit of depth up top and that has brought us to 24-year-old Mo Eisa.
Unfortunately for him, he has only made 5 league appearances this season adding up to just 22 minutes of playing time, he has found his options limited under manager Lee Johnson after his £1.7million move from Cheltenham Town in the summer, so a move away on loan could suit him perfectly.
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The Sudan born six-foot striker is a bit of a local lad for Charlton, after a short spell at Dartford also making 89 appearances for Greenwich Borough scoring 55 times before making his move to Cheltenham Town where he proved himself in League Two.
Personally, I will take him in a heartbeat, I think he will fit in better with us than Paul Smyth would who is also linked with a move to The Valley from Queens Park Rangers. He also has a brother called Abo who currently plays for League One Shrewsbury Town as a winger.
We will have to wait and see what happens, but to my understanding, Paul Smyth and Mo Eisa are not the only ones who are on Lee Bowyer’s radar as we get even more desperate for a forward player. There are just seven days left in the transfer window so now is the time to get someone in, although Bowyer started that it is very unlikely that any deal will get done before the Peterborough game.
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