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Cameroon midfielder Christian Bassogog moves to Henan Jianye

Africa Cup of Nations 2017 Player of the Tournament Christian Bassogog
Cameroon midfielder Christian Bassogog has arrived in the Chinese Super League from Danish club Aalborg.

Chinese Super League side Henan Jianye have officially announced that Cameroon international midfielder Christian Bassogog has joined them.

Bassogog, named Most Valuable Player as Cameroon won the African Nations Cup last month, has joined Henan from Danish club Aalborg, with his arrival announced on the club's social media outlets.

Henan Jianye did not release details of the deal, but reports in Denmark said the 21-year-old had joined for €6 million.

The club narrowly escaped relegation from the Chinese Super League last season, finishing in 13th place, three points clear of Hangzhou Greentown.

Michael Church has written about Asian football for more than 20 years and mainly covers the Chinese game for ESPN FC. Twitter: @michaelrgchurch

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