Wydad Casablanca striker Didier Lamkel Ze says he is considering a switch in his allegiance from Cameroon to another country.
The EFBC product plying his trade in Morocco these days made the revelation during an interview on Talent D’Afrique on Canal+ last week.
According to our findings, Ze has discussed the possibility of a switch to Gabon and Togolese football people while his entourage is currently working on the possibilities with FIFA.
Ze, 26, was born and grew up in Cameroon for whom he won one cap in November 2019 against Cape Verde Island in an AFCON qualifier game.
The former FC Metz and Royal Antwerp forward hasn’t played for his country of origin since then despite being named in a number of provisional squads for different commitments.
Ze represented Cameroon at Under 17, Under 20 and Under 23 levels, winning as many caps.
The native of Bertoua wasn’t included in the latest Cameroon senior squad to face Namibia at home and away.
After spells on loan at FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda, Khimki and FC Metz, Ze is finally getting a chance to lead the line for Wydad.
It remains to be seen if the player will succeed to complete the switch and represent another nation.
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