By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
As analysts, and his fans continue to evaluate Eric Choupo-Moting’s time at PSG and his next possible destination, Kick442.com has exclusively gathered that the player’s entourage lead by his father has stopped receiving offers to sign him.
The player’s representative led by Just Moting, have good number of European, Asian, United Arab Emirates and South American Clubs that have manifested interest in the player.
This Friday, Kick442.com gathered that, a football agent we elect not to name reached out to the player’s father to get the conditions of getting the former Stoke City man a Club in an oil rich Country.
Unfortunately, for the agent, his move was adjudged to be late.
He was told the player’s entourage are not accepting new offers as they are rather trying to treat the multiple offers already in hand.
The agent further confided to this Pan African New Agency that Choupo-Moting’s entourage politely informed him of the situation.
French media is gossiping of a handful of transfer inquiries.
In Europe, we understand Schalke, FSV Mainz, Fiorentina, Torino, Lecce, Fernabahce are all interested in the services of the now ex-PSG forward.
The former FSV Mainz forward joined the French giants in 2018 from Stoke City.
Unfortunately, in two years under Thomas Tuchel, the player has failed to put together a run of games and produce the attacking touch he displayed in his days at Schalke 04.
Since swapping Stoke for Paris in August 2018, Choupo-Moting has made 56 appearances and scored 10 goals, providing three assists for the French Ligue 1 champions.
He has scored 15 goals in 54 international appearances.
The Indomitable Lions’ captain is faced with a problem of the choice this summer.
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