Championship clubs Middlesbrough and Birmingham City are rumoured to be chasing Cheltenham Town forward Mohamed Eisa.
According to reports from The Sunday People , both clubs along with Bristol Rovers are chasing the talented 23-year-old’s signature after his brilliant to start to the season for the Robins.
The striker spent his early years in non-league football at Dartmouth and Greenwich Borough where he scored 57 goals in 100 appearances.
That form has definitely not wavered since joining Cheltenham Town on a one-year deal back in July after a strong start to the season has seen him score 8 goals in 15 games.
It has been a fast start to life in the Football League and his best performance came in a 2-0 victory against Chesterfield where he scored both goals, one either side of half-time.
Top scoring (league) under 22’s in top four tiers this season:
7 – Jorge Grant
7 – Devante Cole
7 – Jarrod Bowen
6 – Diogo Jota
6 – Mo Eisa pic.twitter.com/r5DDNml7dr
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With Mo Eisa scoring almost a third of Cheltenham’s goals this season he is a player Gary Johnson will be very keen to hold onto if he wants to maintain a strong league campaign.
The Sudan-born forward signed an improved three year contract at Whaddon Road in August.
Watch Mo Eisa’s double against Chesterfield here: