Aurélien Chedjou won the Man of the Match Award for Amiens in November 2019.

By Angu Lesley

Football Writer,

Belgian outfit KV Ostende have expressed their desire to recruit experienced Cameroonian defender Aurélien Chedjou Nfongang from relegated French Ligue 2 outfit SC Amiens. understands the ex-Galatasaray defender still has a year left in his contract with SC Amiens. This situation makes it mandatory for Amiens to cash in on the player this summer without which he will run out his contract and leave as a free agent next summer.

FootMercato is reporting that, the Belgian club hasn’t made a bid for the player, but they have the former Auxerre-man on their wishlists.

KV Ostende is in an important transitional phase with the arrival of the American Investors Pacific Media Group [PMG] and Gauthier Ganaye as the new General manager.

There is renew life in the eyes of the fans of the club. Last season, they watched their team struggled in the Jupiler Pro League but hope for a better performance with the incoming changes.

A switch to the club will mean a reunion for current Cameroon international Fabrice Ondoa,24 and now ex-international Aurélien Chedjou plus possibly 34-year-old Sébastien Siani who has been training with the club in anticipation of a contract.

Chedjou is a ‘full picture’ of an experienced player; having had stints Villarreal’s Academy, Auxerre, LOSC Lille where he won the French Ligue 1 title amongst other European clubs in an 18-year-old European career since his graduation from Kadji Sports Academy in 2002.

The Belgian window transfer opens in the days ahead will be monitoring the situation of the three Cameroonians including Fabrice Ondoa who could leave after two-years at the club as a second choice keeper.

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