the winter transfer window of African players

the winter transfer window of African players

  • Vincent Aboubakar, Cameroonian striker

Contract terminated for Vincent Aboubakar. The Cameroonian international was fired from his post by his Saudi club Al Nassr to make way for a new recruit, a certain Cristiano Ronaldo. “Al Nassr terminated Vincent Aboubakar’s contract by mutual agreement and he received all the financial compensation to which he was entitled,” said a source close to the Saudi club. A motivated decision for Al Nassr by the fact of respecting the rule of eight foreign players maximum imposed by the Saudi Federation.

Now free, the Cameroonian footballer, best goal of CAN 2021, could bounce back very quickly.

  • David Datro Fofana, Ivorian striker, Chelsea in the Premier League

English club Chelsea announced on Saturday January 7 the arrival of Ivorian international striker David Datro Fofana (20) from Norwegian club Molde who has signed for six and a half years, with an optional additional year.

Arrived in February 2021 in Norway, Fofana scored 24 goals and delivered 10 assists in 65 meetings with Molde before signing for the Londoners.

“I am very happy to sign for the club of my dreams”said the player (2 selections) in the club press release.

Fofana, however, has not played since mid-November and “we will have to give him some time to train, evaluate him and work on the best solution for him to take this new step in his career”had recently commented Graham Potter, when the club was waiting for the last administrative formalities to be lifted.

  • Pierre Kunde Malong, Cameroonian midfielder, Bochum in the Bundesliga

After Olympiacos in Greece, Pierre Kunde Malong, the Indomitable Lions midfielder signed on Friday January 6 for 6 months in the Bundesliga in Bochum, a championship that the Cameroonian already knows for having played in Mainz in 2018.

  • Babacar Sy, Senegalese striker, Slavia from Prague in the Czech Republic

The 22-year-old Senegalese striker Babacar Sy has just signed for 3 years with Slavia de Pargue. The Teranga Lion was already playing in a Czech club but it was in the second division at FC Mas Taborsko.