Cotonsport of Garoua’s all time leading scorer Kamilou Daouda, 31 told kick442.com that he has held talks with multiple clubs out of Cameroon but no deal is done yet and he remains a player of Cotonsport of Garoua.
Kamilou was reacting to media speculations that he has agreed a deal to joined an undisclosed club in China.
The 31 year old striker has scored a record number of 171 goals in 9 seasons for Cotonsport since his debut in 2007.
Kamilou has been the club captain and top scorer of the club in the last 3 seasons.
kick442.com understands his goal scoring ability has caught the eyes of Chinese, Kuwaiti and Tanzanian clubs this summer but we are still tracking the progress of all of the above mentioned negotiations.
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Kamilou was in China and held contract talks with a Chinese club but he has since last week returned to Garoua and trained this Tuesday with the cotonites.
Reacting to reports it is over between him and Cotonsport, Kamilou sounded conservative:
“For now I don’t want to talk about my future its summer and alot of movement take place but I trained today with Cotonsport of Garoua”
Kamilou has been training with the 15 times champions of Cameroon and this Tuesday he had an employee and employer talks with Cotonsport officials and Adamou Saliou who communicates for the club dropped this details about the Strikers future:
“We know he had interest from Kuwait and Tanzania but he is still on contract with us till December, he is our captain and top striker, this Tuesday, we had a discussion about his being here next season, we hope he stays here, because we know his qualities” .
The transfer window in China closed on the 31st of July making a switch to China very difficult.
Despite the difficulties of a possible and a the declaration from both parties the media report about the strikers future can’t be disregarded given the amount of money in Chinese football today and the fact that “money makes everything possible” .
Fans of Cotonsport of Garoua who will be at the club’s training complex in Garoua will watch their captain train this afternoon.