By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Officials of French Ligue 2 outfit FC Sochaux have told representatives of 29-year-old Cameroonian defender Adolphe Teikeu Kamgang to look for a new club for their client.
The Bafang-native returned to the Sochaux last summer on a one-year-deal from Saudi Arabian side Uhud Medina but now looks set to leave again.
Despite making 18 appearances and assisting once, the defender’s second stint at the club appears to end up being shorter than the first spell from 2015-2018.
The player’s situation was made public in a recent interview by Sochaux’s Sporting Director Thomas Deniaud who revealed that the club intends to reduce their squad size from 31 players in the previous season to just 25 players for the upcoming season, and that may necessitate a departure for Teikeu.
“Adolphe is out of contract. I have told his agent that we will try to see if Maxence Lacroix leave or stay. We want to reduce the squad size to 25. We don, ‘t want to have multiple players in the same role. We can only keep Adolphe if Lacroix leaves. We have not renegotiated for a new deal, so if Adolphe finds an interesting offer, he can leave,” Thomas Deniaud concluded.
The 2017 AFCON winner has had a journey-man’s experience since leaving Fovu of Baham for Europe in 2009.
The former Krasnodar sweeper is therefore, open to offers from elsewhere in what may be his 8th club out of Cameroon.
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