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Cameroonian prolific midfielder Alexandre Song has acquiesced in moving to Barcelona for a five-year-deal at the transfer fee of 19 Euros, a weekly wage nearly double from the £55,000 he used to earn at the Emirates Stadium. Alex Song, a product from SC  Bastia youth team moved to Arsenal on loan before sealing a permanent deal with the team. He is the seventh African soccer player to join the Catalan giants. His transfer to FC Barvelona shall absolutely ignite Cameroonian’s dying passion  for the club after the departure of Samuel Eto’o.

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Samuel Eto’o who got  signed to Anzhi Makhachkala this summer from Inter Milan has declared that all speculations that  he moved to the club for money are unfounded. He told CNN; 

“I don’t care what people think,” he said. “I think all of us want to work and get paid what we are worth. Anzhi made an offer, which was at the same level as my talent, and they are paying me what they think I am worth.”

He explained that his major motivation came from Anzhi’s billionaire oil tycoon owner Suleiman Kerimov who persuaded him that he can possibly revive football in Russia .

Anzhi is presently occupying the 8th spot with Samuel Eto’o having 4 goals to his credit.

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Ahead of the friendly game between Cameroon and Salvador on August 10th in Los Angeles, the national team coach has called up Djemba Djemba and ALexander Song to join the selection.Worth-noting is the absence of Benoit Assou Ekotto and Joel Matip.

List of 20 preselected
Idriss Carlos KAMENI, RCD Espanyol, Guy Roland NDY ASSEMBE, AS Nancy, Benoit ANGBWA, FC Anji Makhatch, Patrick ABOUNA NDZANA, Les Astres, Stephane MBIA, Olympique Marseille, Nicolas NKOULOU, Olympique Marseille, Sebastien BASSONG, Tottenham Hotspurs, Gaetan BONG, FC Valenciennes, EYONG TAKANG Enoh, AFC Ajax Amsterdam, Aurelien CHEDJOU, Lille OSC, Eric DJEMBA DJEMBA, OB Odense-Danemark, Henri BEDIMO, Montpelier, Landry NGUEMO, Girondins de Bordeaux, Alexendre SONG, Arsenal, Vincent ABOUBAKAR, FC Valenciennes, Eric Maxim CHOUPO-MOTING, FSV Mainz05, Benjamin MOUKANDJO, AS Monaco, Samuel ETO’O, Inter Milan, Achille WEBO,RCD Mallorca, NGAKO DEUTCHA Duvalois, Sable FC de Batie.


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