Cameroonian Defender Adolphe Teikeu Kamgang,29 has agreed a 1 year deal to return to French Ligue 2 side FC Sochaux Montbeliard from Ohof Al Madina AL Munawara Club.

Teikeu joined the Saudi club in the build up to last season on a 1 year deal but couldn’t help the stay in the top flight at the end of last season.

The pair didn’t go down together leaving the former Fovu of Baham in the market for a new job elsewhere.

This Tuesday the 2017 AFCON winner agreed a deal to the club he called home between 2015 and 2018 before leaving as the club as a captain.

“Adolphe Teikeu is a new Sochalien” the club tweeted with photos of the player.

The Bandjoun born defender played for Cameroon at Under 20 and 23 categories before winning his first of 22 caps under coach Hugo Broos in 2016.

Sochaux is the 7th club he has officially played for in an 11 years career that began at Canon Yaounde in 2008.

The defender missed the 2019 AFCON despite featuring on 27 occasions for Ohod but his return to the place which made him a part of the national team could be interpreted to mean he still eyes a return to the Lions Den.