The Toulouse club announced this Wednesday, September 7 the departure of Steve Mvoué. The Cameroonian will continue his career in Belgium, at RFC Seraing.
The young 20-year-old Cameroonian midfielder Steve Mvoué will not continue the adventure with the Toulouse Football Club. This day, its leaders announced its departure and in the wake of its new destination which is none other than RFC Seraing, in the Jupiler Pro League (D1 Belgium). Arrived in July 2020 in the French club from As Azur Star (Cameroon), he will not have convinced his employers. Last season, he made just 12 appearances for TFC and scored just one goal. On the other hand since the start of this new season, he has not played a single minute in Ligue 1, certainly not entering into Philippe Montanier’s plans.
‘‘After two seasons at TéFéCé, Steve Mvoué joined the Royal Football Club Seraing and will now wear the red and black jersey of the recently promoted Jupiler Pro League (…) Since his arrival in the summer of 2020, the young Cameroonian, winner of the Africa Cup of Nations U17 in 2019, will have played 12 professional matches under the purple colors, in Ligue 2 BKT and Coupe de France, and scored a goal (…)”could we read this morning on the club’s Twitter page.