24 year old Cameroonian forward, Junior Rostand Mbaï, has ended his working relationship with Moroccan top tier side, Ittihad Tanger.

Mbaï joined Ittihad Tanger in 2018, from Cameroonian side Dragon Sportive of yaounde, for a three year contract worth about 52 millions FCFA. But now 45fois2.com is reporting that the former Cameroon league one golden Booth winner (in 2018, where he scored 20 goals with Dragon), has terminated his contract with Ittihad Tanger, because of unpaid salaries. The online platform revealed that the Botola Pro League side owes Mbaï seven months of unpaid salaries and his agent and the club agreed to end his contract.

Born on July 1, 1994, Junior Rostand Mbaï has enjoyed most of his playing time with Union of Douala, Étoile du Sahel (Tunisia), Cotonsport and Dragon, before switching to Ittihad Tanger, where he made over 20 appearances in all competitions, scoring 3 goals.

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