Former Cameroon International, Benjamin Moukandjo Bile has returned to his parent club, Jiansung Suning after spending a season away on loan away at Beijing Renhe.
Last season, 30 year old Moukandjo scored 7 goals in 18 league games for Beijing Renhe.His goals were important as they help Renhe up to an 8th-place finished but he has now returned to his parent club Jiansung Suning.
Suning did better than Renhe in the league last term but seems to now a have a better plan for the current African champion. Moukandjo has been recalled and he has joined the entire Jiansung Suning squad which is currently in Qatar for a 20 days pre season camp;The club announced through their website.
Moukandjo joined Suning in July 2017 but left in February of the next year on loan to Renhe after scoring 7 times in 10 games for Suning.
Benjamin’s return to his parent club ahead of the new season is obviously a moral boaster for a striker who had a troubled 2018 forcing him to retire from international Football. Despite winning the AFCON a year earlier as the captain of Cameroon Moukandjo was overlooked by coach,Clarence Seedorf causing the Lion to call it quit.