International Striker, Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting says he will stay in Paris Saint Germain, PSG, to complete the club’s European adventure before scouting for other juicy avenues in football.
The Cameroonian striker and Captain of the Indomitable Lions will leave the club after Champions League game, and two other domestic titles; Coupe de France and Coupe de la Ligue.
“It was out of question for me to leave the club like that. I want to finish the season and the Champions League with Paris. Because I am very happy here. It’s a great club. We have a great team, and there are still great things to come. I want to continue to be a part of it. So I’m glad that Thiago (Silva) was able to stay, and I too, of course.” He told the PSG official website.
According to L’Équipe football magazine, Choupo-Moting, Thiago Silva and Sergio Rico have been handed contract extensions to enable them to play in the three competitions.
The forward’s two-year deal was set to expire at the end of the second transfer window, that is June 2020 but the outbreak of #COVID19 means the season will be extended.
After being set free by Stoke City, Choupo-Moting was recruited to everyone’s surprise by PSG in the summer 2018. The striker scored 8 goals in 47 games all competitions included.
Andre Onana In The Good Books Bayer Leverkusen
Cameroonian celebrity goalkeeper, Andre Onana has been a point of interest in the summer transfer headlines in Europe and other parts of the world.
The most recent bidder is the topflight German Bayer Leverkusen, they have shown interest in the finalist of the 2018/2019 UEFA Champions league with Ajax Amsterdam.
The English Premier League giant, Chelsea has also been charmed by the agile player whose records recently earned him high profile nominations in football.
PSG, AC Milan Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Tottenham amongst many others are up for the Cameroonian International goalkeeper.
Golden Boy, Steve Regis Mvoue In Toulouse FC
Eighteen year old Cameroonian international, Steve Regis Mvoue has signed a four year deal at a sum of €1Milion with French Ligue 1 outfit, Toulouse FC.
The teenage player moves from Azur Star FC, a Yaounde-based regional league club to the stade de Toulouse in France.
Mouve’s brilliance during the show down in Tanzania helped him to be named as tournament’s best player in the process.
The Hunt for Cameroonian, Jean-Pierre Nsame, Swiss Super Top Scorer
Cameroonian goal hunter with Swiss side, BSC Young Boys, Jean-Pierre Nsame is marking vibes in the summer transfer window.
French club, St Etienne and three English Premier League teams, West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton are up for the fight to have Cameroonian striker.
Jean-Pierre Nsame counts 30 goals in 30 games with the Swiss heavyweight BSC Young Boys.
Cameroonian Serge Tabekou Moves To Royale Excel Mouscron In Belgium
Twenty-three year old Cameroonian Serge Tabekou has moved from one Belgian club to the other, that is, Royale Union Saint-Gilloise to Royale Excel Mouscron on a three-year deal.
Tabekou started his professional career in Cameroon with APEJES Academy but moved to Gent in January 2015.
After having only trained twice with the main squad and while still being unknown to the fans and most players, he was brought on as a substitute in the final fifteen minutes and scored a goal just before the end of the match to help his team win 3–1 away to Standard Liège.
The Cameroonian forward, Serge Tabekou finished top scorer with 8 goals for Royale Excel Mouscron.