French Cameroun striker, Aboubakar Vincent has signed a new 4 year contract with FC Porto, worth 7.2 million euros (4.7 billion CFA francs). FC Porto finally bought the 60% of Aboubakar Vincent’s federative rights that were held by Besiktas Istanbul.
His release clause is set at 50 million euros as revealed in the official statement from FC Porto that made public the transfer of Cameroonian footballer.
Born on January 22, 1992, Aboubakar Vincent was developed at Coton sport of Garoua in La Republique du Cameroun with which he was champion of Cameroon in 2010. His performances open the doors of the national selection that integrated him during the era Paul Leguen.
He took part in his first World Cup in 2010 and won the African Cup of Nations 2017 (CAN), against Egypt, by scoring the victory goal for the Indomitable Lions.
By Sonne Peter, CIR