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Date: 24 April 2019

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Transfer News for African players: Ngcongca to leave Genk?

[Posted 06 Jan 2011]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Adebayor"s limited game time has ignitedinterest from Liverpool ,Spurs and Real Madrid

23 year-old South African World Cup defender Anele Ngcongca is believed to be on his way out of the high-riding Genk team of Belgium, with Manchester City, MSV Duisburg, Trabzonspor and Istanbul giants Fenerbahce ruomoured to be among his suitors.

The South African righ-back has been in outstanding form for both country and club and had a decent World Cup showing, especially in Bafana Bafana's last match against France, which they won 2-1.

In England, unsettled striker Togolese Emmanuel Adebayor is clearly unhappy with limited game time under Roberto Mancini and is reportedly wanted by a good number of clubs. 'Manu' has attracted the interest of Tottenham Hotspurs, Liverpool and Real Madrid.

Madrid appears to have cooled their interest in the former Arsenal striker. Spurs and Liverpool are still keen on the striker. It is believed that Man City are unlikely to loan the player to Champions League spot rival Man City, and may prefer a Liverpool move instead. 

Championship pace setters QPR have approached West Ham for a loan deal for out-of-favour South African striker Benni McCarthy to consolidate their push for prootion to the Barclays Premiership next season.

The deal could be welcome news for the talented but troubled McCarthy, who could benefit from walking free at the end of this season. If the QPR deal materialises, and Benni impresses, he could make a quick return to the Premiership with QPR.

Championship side Crystal Palace are believed to have intensified plans to secure the signature of Zimbabwean defender-cum-midfielder Onismor Bhasera from League One team Plymouth Argyle.

Palace's August 2010 bid was turned down by Plymouth for unspecified reasons, but its believed that Plymouth valued Bhasera higher than the Palace offer.


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