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Manyisa For Al Ahly?

Rumours have begun circulating linking Oupa Manyisa with a possible move to Egyptian giants Al Ahly.

Last week in Egyptian media Roger De Sa was linked to the coaching post of the club for next season, and now reports are saying that Al Ahly has opened negotiations with Manyisa.

According to Arabic site yallakora.com, Al Ahly board member, Sheikh Tahir has said to the press that the club have intensified negotiations recently with the Orlando Pirates midfielder.

Manyisa was one of a number of players mentioned by Tahir that had been recommended by the technical staff as potential signings.

Manyisa had impressed the club during Pirates' CAF Champions League campain in 2013, where they lost to Al Ahly in the final.

The Siya-crew will keep you informed if these rumours prove to be more than just speculation.

Should Manyisa consider a move to the Egyptian League?

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