By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Former Under-20 Lions of Cameroon forward Moise Sangolo Sakava has ditch French Ligue 1 championship side Stade Reims Reserves for Luxembourg where he will play for top-flight outfit Differdange 03.
The former Cotonsport of Garoua forward completed the switch on loan for the rest of the current season on Friday and was unveiled after all formalities had been completed.
20-year-old Sakava is looking for more first team football, something he couldn’t afford on the books of Reims.
Before his departure, Sakava had been restricted to just five appearances with the reserves from which he scored twice and provided two assists.
Differdange becomes the second European Club he will represent since he completed formation football and left Cameroon in January 2018.
Nine games into the new season, Sakava’s new club is currently ranked third in the local top-flight championship.
The exciting winger could debut against UNA Strassen on February, 14.
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