Football: Transfer Window Closes Soon, What Fate Holds For Cameroonian Players In Europe

The second transfer window for 2019/2020 football season in Europe ends in two weeks and the future of Cameroonian international players in Europe has occupied headline news in football news.

Some professionals have had successfully negotiated new contracts or renewed their terms with teams for the second tier of the season which runs from June to January according to the rules of FIFA.

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s Contract With PSG Ends June 30

Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions forward and Captain, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting will soon be a free agent in two weeks after his contract with PSG in France comes to end this June 30, 2020.

Football news has indicated that the french heavyweight will not offer an additional year to the Cameroonian international player after his two year deal runs out.

The former FSV Mainz forward joined the French giants in 2018 from Stoke City.
In his two years stay in Paris- France, Choupo-Moting has been fielded in 56 games, scoring 10 times and registering three assists.

Transfer news has noted that Torino and Fernabache have gradually been expressing interest on the 31-year-old player.

Chelsea Eyes, Goalkeeper Andre Onana

Information from an English news outlet, Daily Mail indicates Chelsea’s interest on the 24-year Cameroonian player, Andre Onana.

Accordingly, Chelsea is offering a sum of 30 million Euros for the Ajax of Amsterdam star goalkeeper.

Reports also put it that, PSG is also interested in having Andre Onana over in Parce de Prince in France amongst other teams.

The young player joined the Dutch side in 2015 from Barcelona B and became Ajax’s first choice keeper in the 2016/2017 season. Since then, he has made 122 appearances.

Andre Onana has been fielded in 39 games conceding conceded 37 goals.

Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa Wanted By Real Madrid

The Cameroon star has bounced back from relegation with Fulham to become one of La Liga’s leading midfielders, reportedly wanted by Real Madrid

Just last summer, Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa suffered the ignominy of relegation with Fulham after a bitterly disappointing Premier League campaign that promised so much, yet delivered little.

With the relaunch of the Spanish top flight league, La Liga’s Zaambo Anguissa alongside Allan Nyom of Getafe and Yan Eteki if Granada are the only three Cameroonians to take to the pitch in Spain.

Adolphe Teikeu To Leave FC Sochaux

Reports from the French Ligue 2 outfit FC Sochaux indicates that Cameroonian born international footballer, Adolphe Teikeu will leave the team after his one year deal.

As the transfer window closes very soon, the 29-year defender may become a free agent if he has not had a new client.

He returned to FC Sochaux last summer on a one-year-deal from Saudi Arabian side Uhud Medina.

The management of the French club made it public that it was their decision to scale the squad size from 31 players to just 25.

Adolphe Teikeu counts 18 appearances and just single assist with the french club.

FC Nantes Agree On A Three-Year Deal With Jean Charles Castelleto

French Ligue 1 side FC Nantes has agreed to validate a three-year-deal with 25-year-old Cameroonian defender, Jean Charles Castelleto.

The newcomer joins the french club as a free agent from rivals Stade Brestois.

The former Club Brugge man with two caps for the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon confirmed in a video on his instagram page.

French Football Agents Express Interest In Fabrice Olinga

Football agents in France have proposed the young player from Royal Excel Mouscron in Belgium.

He became the youngest ever player to score in La Liga at the age of 16, at the service of Málaga. Released shortly after, he also competed professionally in Cyprus, Romania and Belgium.

Olinga counts 92 appearances with the Belgian outfit and three goals to his credit.

Paris FC has terminated their contract with attacker, Marco Essimi Ateba meanwhile Midfielder, Alexis Beka Beka , 19 years of age has signed his first deal with Stade Malherbe of Caen in the French city of Normandy

Karl Toko Ekambi’s Stay in France Is Over

A player like Karl Toko Ekambi has successfully moved from Villareal in Spain to Olympique Lyonnais in France during the first transfer period , that is, January 2020.

His contract expires this June 30, 2020 after spending just six months with the french top flight team.

The transfer window in football is the period during the year in which a football club can transfer players from other playing staff into their playing staff. Such a transfer is completed by registering the player into the new club through FIFA.
According to the rules, each national football association decides on the time (such as the dates) of the ‘window’ but it may not exceed 12 weeks. The second registration period occurs during the season and may not exceed four weeks.

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