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SOUTHAMPTON challenge Stoke City on CHOUPO-MOTING

07.12.2016 15.05 by Claudio Colla  read 655
© foto di Federico De Luca

Supposed to move from Schalke 04 in January, before leaving as a free agent after the end of current season, Cameroonian international forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (27), already tracked by Stoke City, has been targeted by Southampton as well, according to Daily Mirror. Playing in German football since ever, former Mainz 05 player would experience English Premier League for the first time.

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