Shrewsbury Town have signed Abo Eisa from Wealdstone for an undisclosed fee as confirmed by the club website.
Lots of teams are looking to sign the latest non-league star after several players have broken through from the depths of semi-pro football in recent years. That’s why Eisa came up on some many teams radars over the last few months. He has been in excellent form for Wealdstone in the first half of the season with the winger netting 12 teams in the National League South.
And while QPR were interested in signing him, it is Sky Bet League One side Shrewsbury who have won the battle with Eisa penning an eighteen month deal with them. This contract also has the option of another year. This will give him a great chance of playing in the EFL and he will be hoping to be a key part of the Shrews as they try to get promoted to the Sky Bet Championship.
After the signing was completed, Eisa said: “I’m very delighted to be here”,
“It’s a huge club and it looks like they are very ambitious. From playing in the Conference South last Saturday to now being here is a really huge move for me.”
“I’ve been working for this moment for a very long time. I’ve always wanted to be a pro footballer and I try every single day, so I’m delighted that it’s finally come to fruition.”
“I’m a winger, I’ve got a lot of flair and I like to take people on”
“I can score goals and assist too, so hopefully I will try and do my best to contribute for Shrewsbury. I’ve always liked to get goals and I’m hungry to score goals.
“Sometimes it just happens and you take someone on and then another one and then the whole place opens up and you think, why not shoot?”