Arrived at Reims a yearbago, Benjamin Moukandjo (27) could leave during this summer. Author of a successful season in Lorient (31 games and 13 goals in Ligue 1), the Cameroonian striker is courted by West Bromwich Albion, announced the Daily Mail.
The Daily Mail and The Chronicle spoke about the leaders of West Bromwich Albion of being strongly interested in the Cameroonian international striker’s profile, author of 13 goals last season in 31 Ligue 1 matches. With the announced departures of Saido Berahino and Rickie Lambert, the Baggies could soon launch a decisive offensive on the Lorient player.
Under contract until June 2017 with his team, the recruitment of the former Reims player, however, could be hampered by the greed of his leaders claiming 12 million euros for his release. An envelope that the bosses of the Birmingham club might not be willing to pay for the Indomitable Lion. For them, if Benjamin was to join West Bromwich Albion, it will probably be for a lower amount.