Cameroon’s Benjamin Moukandjo joins Beijing Renhe on loan

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The 29-year-old completed a temporary move to the newly-promoted Super League club before Tuesday’s transfer deadline day in China

Cameroon national team captain Benjamin Moukandjo has signed a season-long loan deal with Chinese Super League outfit Beijing Renhe from Jiangsu Suning.

The forward who joined Jiangsu Suning from Lorient in July 2017, scored an impressive seven goals in 10 appearances in his debut Chinese top-flight campaign.

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During his stay at the Beijing Fengtai Stadium until January 2019, Moukandjo will be aiming to help Gong Lei’s side who finished second in the Chinese League One last season to maintain their top-flight status.

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Moukandjo joins Kenya international Ayub Masika in the Renhe’s attack for the 2018 league season which starts on Saturday.

The former Monaco player led the Indomitable Lions to their fifth Africa Cup of the Nations triumph in Gabon last year after defeating Egypt 2-1 in the final.

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