English Football League pair Queens Park Rangers and Charlton Athletic are believed to be watching highly rated young winger Abobaker Eisa according to the Mail Online.

The 21-year-old wideman currently plays his football in the National League South with Wealdstone and the player is enjoying an impressive season in the sixth tier of English football.

Eisa was playing in the Southern League Division One Central with Uxbridge last season and the youngster was one bright point for The Reds in an otherwise very disappointing campaign for the club last term.

The winger joined current club Wealdstone in the summer and Eisa has gone on to hit double figures in terms of goals for Bobby Wilkinson’s side this season. Wealdstone are currently sitting in 11th position in the National League South table but are just seven points off the top of the league. The player is key to the club’s success this term and it is thought that Wealdstone will look to command a significant transfer fee for Eisa should they be forced into a sale.

As well as the interest from both QPR and Charlton Athletic, it has also been reported that Sky Bet League One club Oxford United are also considering a move for the player.


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