According to a source, scouts from a team whose identity we have yet to learn were following Ndah even during Super Eagles training sessions.
“Apparently they took notice of him last season while he was playing in Nigeria and they followed him in Cameroon. No one knows what will happen but everyone seems to think he is good enough for a move overseas.
“From what I have read about him in South Africa, I think he is doing well there as well. But we will wait and see what happens,” said the source.
Ndah has been a revelation for the Orlando Pirates, providing much-needed defensive steadiness. And he still has youth on his side, having turned 24 only a few weeks ago.
Even if he had won the tournament he would had been put aside for a new European team.The Buccaneers might need to sign several players to keep custom or stay aware of their fans' suspicions. As demonstrated by the club's past player Gavin Lane, Pirates should manage their spine - goalkeeper, central defender, central midfielder and concentration forward.
This is what they should look at inside the trade window to permit themselves a fighting an open door against their adversaries.
There are also speculation Orlando Pirates rush to furthermore support their backline with the 28-year-old being investigated as a possible decision to join the Soweto goliaths. To get their man, Orlando Pirates are depended upon to sprinkle around R15 million this January.