Brentford are interested in Cheltenham Town striker Mohamed Eisa, according to Gloucestershire Live.

The Sudanese striker has been on fire in the fourth tier this season and has scored 25 goals in his first campaign at that level. Cheltenham are now apparently bracing for bids around in the region of £1.5 million for him over the coming months, which is a hefty fee for a striker in League Two.

There is believed to be interest from Eisa from Wigan Athletic, Rotherham United and Portsmouth as well as Brentford. Cheltenham will face a battle in holding onto him this summer.

The 23-year-old joined Cheltenham last summer from non-league side Greenwich Borough. He moved to England when he was nine and has previously had spells at Dartford and Corintihian prior to joining Greenwich in 2015.

He spent two seasons playing in the Isthmian League before making the move up to the Football League. Scoring 25 goals in your first season is some achievement and Eisa will now be a man in demand.

Brentford are looking set for a busy summer as they look to further bolster their squad. Dean Smith is looking to add some more firepower to his attack as he looks to get Brentford competing for the Play-Offs again.

Mohamed Eisa is a name to watch out for during the summer transfer window with it looking like he is set for bigger things.


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