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Exclusive: Bristol City man a potential loan target for Charlton Athletic


Bristol City striker Mo Eisa is on the list of potential striker targets for Charlton Athletic.

The South London Press understands that the Addicks – who want to bring in a frontman on loan before next Thursday’s transfer deadline – see the 24-year-old as one of their loan options.

Addicks boss Lee Bowyer already confirmed earlier today that QPR’s Paul Smyth is also on their shortlist. The League One promotion chasers have one loan berth left to fill – with only five allowed to be in a matchday 18.

Eisa had a successful spell with Greenwich Borough before moving to Cheltenham as a free agent in July 2017.

The Sudanese-born forward scored 25 goals – and claimed nine assists – in 50 matches for the League Two club. He signed for Bristol City in the summer for a reported £1.5million fee but has played just 22 minutes of Championship football.


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One thought on “Exclusive: Bristol City man a potential loan target for Charlton Athletic

  • Paul MACE

    What us it with Charlton and Greenwich Borough ?

    We missed spotting Ian Wright in the 80’s and now we miss Mo Eisa too.

    Both about 23 when League clubs gave them debuts.

    How come Cheltenham can find them on our door step but we can’t?


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