Orlando Pirates is looking to show Bievenu Eva Nga the exit door despite the player’s willingness to stay.
The Cameroonian forward continues to struggle to break through into the Pirates’ starting eleven, despite joining the club before the start of the current season.
He has only managed to play 11 games scoring once in all competitions for the club this season.
Much of his 11 matches came early this season before his goal-shy start to his life at Pirates cost him his place in the team.
According to Goal SA journalist Austin Ditlhobolo Pirates’ management is looking to offload the player this winter.
However, the 30-year-old wants to stay and fight for his place on the team despite being out of favour.
Eva Nga feels he contributes to the Pirates’ continental ambitions next season.
The former Chippa United attacker will look to start fighting for his place this weekend.
As the club will take on Amazulu FC in the last league match of the season, hoping to win to qualify for CAF Champions League next season.
A loss for the Buccaneers and a win for Supersport United will see them play in the CAF Confederations Cup competition next season.
Their match against Usuthu will kick off at 3 pm and will be aired on both SABC and Supersport.