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Report:
Malong headed to Bochum on loan with mandatory purchase clause

By Peter Weis   @PeterVicey

Greek sportswriter Nikos Kotsis reports that former Mainz central midfielder Pierre Kunde Malong is on the verge of joining VfL Bochum on loan with a mandatory purchase option. 
Pierre Kunde Malong warming up for Cameroon at the World Cup
Pierre Kunde Malong warming up for Cameroon at the World CupHappiraphael CC-BY-SA 4.0
VfL Bochum have reportedly secured the services of one of their big January transfer targets. Twenty-seven-year old Cameroonian international Pierre Kunde Malong is, according to Greek journalist Nico Kotsis, on his way to the Bundesrepublik to finalize the details of a loan arrangement that will last until the end of the season.


Relegation candidates Bochum receive immediate help in central midfield in the form of a player with three seasons of German top-flight experience. Kotsis nevertheless reports that the 27-year-old's services do not come without cost. Kotsis claims that Bochum will be on the hook for some €2 million in the event that the Revierklub avoids relegation.

The player remains under contract with parent club Olympiacos Piraeus through the end of the 2023/24 campaign. Bochum naturally have no obligatory purchase option should they be relegated.




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