After two troublesome seasons with Wolfsburg in Germany, Paul Georges Ntep has found a new club. The 27-year old striker of Cameroon signed a one-year loan deal with Turkish side Kayserispor.
Paul Ntep came into the limelight early in his career. Discovered in AJ Auxerre in 2010, the forward spent impressed during his four seasons with the club loss of which was in Ligue 2. In January 2014, Ntep signed with Ligue 1 club Stade Rennais.
Though born in Cameroon, Paul Ntep played the majority of his youth football with the French National teams notably the U-18 and U-21 teams respectively. His fast pace and dribbles attracted the attention of coach Didier Deschamps in May 2015 for friendlies against Belgium and Albania.
However, Paul Georges Ntep, switched his allegiance and decided to play for his home Cameroon in August 2018. The forward was called up the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations match against Comoros.
Ntep, who signed with German VFL Wolfsburg in 2017 had a lot of difficulties to impose himself greatly because of injuries. Not retained in the den for 2019 AFCON by then Coach Dutch man Clarence Seedorf, Ntep’s season long deal with Kayserispor would likely be a booster for career.