Monaco have added another attacking player in the form of former Saint-Etienne and Bordeaux midfielder Pascal Feindouno.
Les Monegasques have transformed their squad since the beginning of the transfer window, signing several additional offensive players to strengthen their panel. Niger international Moussa Maazou, however, was struck by a serious knee injury during his debut on Sunday, leaving new coach Laurent Banide searching for an additional attacker. It seems Feindouno is that man.
“Yes, I’ve signed with Monaco,” the former Saint-Etienne man commented to France Football.
“A return to France was not initially my priority. When I left for the Gulf I was forgotten. I want to show that I’m still present and face a real challenge: helping to save ASM.”
The effervescent attacking midfielder had unsuccessfully trialled at Wigan Athletic and Rangers, so has returned to Ligue 1, where he previously scored a league-winning goal for Girondins de Bordeaux.
Guinean international Feindouno is eligible to sign after the transfer deadline because of his unattached status.