By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
Ex Cameroon international Dimitri Alexandre Song Bilong has revealed he doesn’t rule out the possibility of featuring for a Cameroonian club before retirement.
Speaking in a recent Facebook interaction with fans the 32-year-old old former Arsenal midfield metronome endorsed the said he was open to return and play home in Cameroon before retiring.
The Bastia Academy graduate moved to France at the age of 16 without really kicking a ball in the Cameroon league one championship.
Song has had a successful career abroad representing clubs in France, England, Spain, Russia and Switzerland.
The Douala native recently had his contract terminated by FC Sion but has drag his club to justice for unlawful termination of his contract.
The 2013 La Liga winner with Barcelona has his eyes on defending the colours of the 10 times champions of Cameroon.
Reacting to questions from CFoot.com, Song didn’t hide his desire to have a taste of the Cameroon League 1 championship.
“It is possible, if there is a chance, I will take it. Playing for Canon Yaounde doesn’t disturb me in any way especially because Pierre Wome is at the club”:Song Stated
Canon Yaounde are in their first campaign back in the topflight for the first time since 2016 largely thanks to retired Cameroon international Pierre Wome Nlend who returned home after a successful career abroad, played for the club and the club’s General manager these days.
The former Charlton Athletic and West Ham United, Song midfielder has amassed 464 games for club and country in a 19 years career which he won three trophies.
Just like in the case of Wome Nlend for Canon, UMS and Renaissance or the case Jean Claude Pagal with Tiko United, it will be amazing if Alexandre Song returns home to play for Canon Yaounde or any other club before hanging up his boots.
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