- Percy Tau may be heading back to England to play for an ailing Brighton and Hove Albion
- Reports have cited that the British team is looking to recall Tau who had been sent out on loan to the team for three consecutive seasons
- Brighton, which seems to be having the worst luck, is reportedly looking to acquire Tau's help in getting back into the competition
Percy Tau may be heading back to England to assist Brighton and Hove Albion get back into the game. According to reports, the British team is looking to get Percy Tau has an emergency addition to the team.
Percy Tau has previously been sent out on loan for three consecutive English Premier League with Brighton and it seems they may need him once more to help them improve their current undesirable performance which sees them at 16th position after 13 games in the league.
Should Tau make it, he will be the fourteenth South African footballer to play in the English Premier League. Tokelo Rantie and Steven Pienaar also achieved the feat and managed to raise the South African flag in the star-studded league back in 2016 and 2017.
Here's what soccer fans think of Tau:
"Percy Tau's debut in pictures. Tau played in his more favoured mobile second striker role that he used to play at Sundowns and Royale Union, in both clubs he reached double figures so hopefully its the same this season too.#LionOfJudah #PercyTau #PercyTau11"
"We are proud of you Mfana, always #PercyTau Clapping hands signClapping hands signClapping hands sign We need more players guys competing against the best in the world, in the #ChampionsLeague & #EuropaLeague. Let Tau's achievements serve as an inspiration to the young footballers that still have an opportunity to go abroad."
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, Orlando Pirates' Thabiso Monyane recently took to Twitter to celebrate finally being back on the field. Monyane found himself having to take a temporary leave of absence following the untimely injury.
He is back though and in super high spirits even taking to Twitter to say how happy he feels to be in top form and ready to conquer South African football fields with as much vigour as he can master.
"Felt good coming back after a while, crucial 3 points gained!," he captioned the Twitter post.
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