Former Mainz SV midfielder Pierre Kunde Malong has begun rituals to end his stay at Greek club Olympiakos.
According to Sportglitz.net the 27-year-old who left German soils just over a year ago for the Greek mountains has told his Olympiakos mates goodbye as his entourage climax preparations for his switch to Bundesliga side VFL Bochum.
Kunde, who previously represented Granada, Alcombendas and Atletico Madrid has just the experience needed to steady the struggling Bochum ship.
The Cameroon international will be an ‘old stranger’ in the German championship, given he spent four years at Mainz.
Per our findings will complete formalities and sign a loan deal at Bochum with an option to make it a permanent switch. He will travel to Germany this weekend and if all goes well the ex-Best Stars metronome will be unveiled early next week.
Kunde was part of the Cameroon squad at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. He featured in two of their three matches to take his international experience to 38 matches, from which he has scored one goal.
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