Cameroon international Jerome Ngom Mbekeli, has secured a move to Belgian second-tier side, SK Beveren weeks after the dissappointing exit from the ongoing African Nations championship (CHAN).
The forward’s arrival was confirmed this Tuesday when the club posted a photo of his with the word “Welcome”.
We understand Ngom has completed medical and other formalities and joins the club on an 18-months deal for an undisclosed fee from Cameroon outfit Colombe of Dja and Lobo.
Ngom was Cameroon’s bright spot in a dark CHAN tournament in Algeria and scored the lone goal in his country’s only win in two games at the event for home-based players.
Deservedly awarded the ‘Man of the Match’ in the win against Congo Ngom is one of Cameroon’s brightest prospects at the moment.
The 24_year_old winger burst into the lamplight during the recent world cup in Qatar, where he came off the bench and provided the assist for Vincent Aboubakar’s goal in Cameroon’s historic win over Brazil.
The former APEJES of Mfou man has had a spell abroad, when he represented the likes of MFK Vyško in the Czech republic, Sporting Kansas City II in the United States and California based San Diego Loyal Soccer Club.
Ngom has returned to abroad to right the wrongs of last time out.
He has scored and assisted once in a combined five caps for Cameroon’s Intermediate and senior Indomitable Lions.
Beveren are second placed in the Belgian first Division B and hoping to return to the Jupiler Pro by the end of the season.
He will join a number of compatriots plying their trade in Belgium.
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