Cameroon forward Francis Maximilian Elimbi has joined Zambian Premier League side Zesco United FC, club has confirmed.
Zega Mambo announced the arrival of the 27-year-old on Wednesday after they completed formalities to sign him up on a two-year-deal.
President Richard Mulenga is keen to improve his side’s efficiency in the final third, hence the decision to recruit the experience forward.
The 2017 Cameroon Elite One top scorer arrives as a fully established forward who made a name for himself at various Cameroonian clubs.
Once of Cotonsport of Garoua, Aigle Royal, Bamboutos FC of Mbouda, Elimbi has scored goals wherever he has been, though his form has deep in the past few years.
The former Stade Renard and Apejes forward who is in Zambia for his second stint abroad could be a hit in Zambia if he recovers his scoring boots as soon as possible.
The Intermediate Lions forward will join a number of Cameroonians currently plying their trade in Zambia including former YOSA defender Bong Ngong Lionel and Baba Basile who previously won the golden Boot in Cameroon during his days at New Stars.
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