26 year old Cameroon international winger Edgar Nicaise Constant Salli has left relegated German Bundesliga outfit FC Nuremberg to join Romanian top flight team Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe on a two year contract.
The Romanian club finished 6th on the log last season.
The 2017 AFCON winner spent the last three seasons in Germany with FC Nürnberg where he made 44 league appearances scoring three goals.
The native of Garoua began his career in 2008 with Ngaoundéré FC, before joining his township club Cotonsport of Garoua from 2009 till 2011.
He had an outstanding performance in the 2011 U-20 AFCON in South Africa where Cameroon lost the final to Nigeria, and was voted best player of the tournament.
He then secured a move to French Ligue 1 club AS Monaco in 2011. He failed to nail a regular place in the team and was loaned out to RC Lens, Académica and St.Gallen.
He however succeeded to make 32 league appearances scoring five goals, in his five years on the books of the Principality club.
In 2016 he signed for FC Nuremberg where he equally struggled for game time especially last season under Boris Schommers.
He has now moved to a relatively less demanding league, so he is expected to blossom under coach Csaba László and finally play to his full potentials.
He has won 34 senior caps for Cameroon’s national team scoring 4 goals.