Mouandilmadji

Portuguese giants FC Porto have signed Chadian forward Marius Mouandilmadji from Cameroon champions Coton Sport on a four-year-deal.

Marius, 20, was the leading top scorer in the recently concluded Cameroon’s top division with 18 goals as Coton bagged a record 15th title.

“Porto is a great club. Many great players have passed through here and they have a great coach, Sergio Conceicao. It was one of the reasons I came here,” Marius said.

Porto is home to another former Coton striker Vincent Aboubakar of Cameroon, who was the club’s top scorer last season.

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Marius was guarded with his expectations only pledging to work hard on the pitch.

“To the fans I do not want to promise much at this point, I’d rather face the challenge ahead, work and ensure that it can show on the pitch.

I want to adapt myself and then grow in the team,” he added.

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