Boeung Ket Angkor considers buying top quality striker

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Cambodian League outfit is considering making bids for a Brazilian and a European striker, according to local newspapers.

The club’s targets haven’t been identified yet, however sources said both players are “top class talent” who are playing in prestigious Asian leagues.

Boeung Ket Angkor registered five foreign players for the first stage of Cambodian League, including midfielders Tatsuta Kazuki and Wada Yuya (both Japanese), Esoh Paul Omogba (Nigerian) and attackers Dzama Bata and Samuel Ajayi (Nigerian).

It is also reported that Dzama Bata will be replaced by the new striker once the deal goes through.