Cameroonian star Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting will go down as having one of the most interesting footballing careers ever. After being relegated with Stoke City Moting moved to Paris Saint Germain, a move which raised a lot of eyebrows.
After two seasons with the French giants that saw him won four trophies while mainly being relegated to a bench role, Choupo-Moting is now on his way to join one of European football’s greatest clubs: Bayern Munich!
The 31-year-old is a free agent after his contract at the Champions League runners up expired, but the Champions League winners Bayern have offered the Cameroonian a back up role to Robert Lewandowski!
He opted to sign for Bayern on a one-year deal after rejecting to sign a similar offer with PSG.
Moting has experience in the Bundesliga. Having been born in Hamburg, the German-Cameroonian played for Hamburger SV, FC Nurnberg, Mainz o5, and Schalke 04 before coming to England to play for Stoke City.
Moting made the headlines in the quarter-finals of the most-recent Champions League against Atalanta after he came on as a substitute and almost single-handedly turned the game around, creating a goal and scoring.