Zambo Anguissa joins Fulham from Olympique de Marseille
Cameroon international Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa has joined Premier League side Fulham FC from Olympique de Marseille as their last summer transfer.
Anguissa joined the recently promoted side on a five-year deal after spending three years with the French giants.
The 22-year-old started his professional career with Cameroonian giants Cotonsport before joining Stade Reims in 2015. Just one year later he joined Marseille’s B team but was quickly promoted to the first team.
During his time in the south of France Anguissa played 106 games and played a major part in his team’s 2017/2018 Europa League campaign where they reached the final but lost to Atletico Madrid.
The midfielder also made his international debut in 2017 during
a friendly against Tunisia and scored his first goal with the Cameroon national team in their 1-1 draw with Australia in the 2017 Confederations Cup.
Fulham will kick-off their Premier League campaign against Crystal Palace next Saturday but Anguissa is expected to participate in their second which will be against Tottenham on Saturday August 18.
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