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    Benjamin Moukandjo joins Chinese club Beijing Renhe on loan

    Cameroon captain Benjamin Moukandjo has joined Chinese Super League side Beijing Renhe on a one-year loan deal from rivals Jiangsu Suning, the club announced on twitter on Wednesday.
    The 29-year-old, who joined JS Suning last summer from French side Lorient, will occupy Renhe’s final foreign player slot and will play alongside former Atlético Madrid midfielder Augusto Fernández.

    The striker’s departure will allow Suning to recruit Ghanaian forward Richmond Boakye from Red Star Belgrade.

    He is only the second Cameroonian to play in the CSL, along with 2017 AFCON best player Christian Bassogog, who plays for Henan Jianye.

    Moukandjo made his international debut for the Cameroon national football team on June 4 2011, starting in a 0-0 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying draw against Senegal.

    The following year, he hit his first international goal against Guinea-Bissau.

    He has netted seven times in 44 appearances for Cameroon and was a crucial member of the Cameroon team that won the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations title in Gabon, allowing the Indomitable Lions to participate in last summer’s Confederations Cup in Russia.

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