Another Team Has Made Offers On Wrexham Youngster  KEEP OR SELL…..Your Thoughts?

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According to a report from the Peterborough Telegraph, two clubs have submitted bids for Kabongo Tshimanga, a striker with ties to .
The attacker for Peterborough United faces an uncertain future at London Road up until the end of the transfer window.


Tshimanga, 26, just made a permanent move to League One from non-league Chesterfield earlier this summer.

According to the Peterborough Telegraph, Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony said on his Hard Truth podcast that the midfielder had received approaches for his signature from two teams, one of whom being reportedly ambitious League Two newcomers Wrexham.

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A Peterborough United fan desired for Peterborough to decide on Tshimanga’s future in the next weeks. On Friday, September 1st, the transfer deadline will expire.

The DR Congo-born player would be perfect for Wrexham, who are in need of an attacker after Paul Mullin’s injury during their preseason friendly match against Manchester United in America.

Prior to his move being permanent, Tshimanga initially signed a loan agreement with the Posh in January and was a member of their team that advanced to the third tier play-offs the previous season. Under Darren Ferguson, he is not assured a regular starting position.



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