Meet The only Cameroonian To Have Played For Man Utd And How Much He Earned At The Club
By Dapotential | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 258 views
Manchester United are known as one of the greatest club in the planet Earth due to their reputation in the game as they are one of the most successful clubs in history of Football.
Since the creation of this great club (Manchester United), only 8 Africans have played for them. And amongst these 8 Africans is a Camerounian whose name is Djemba Djemba.
Djemba Djemba was a former Manchester United Midfielder and one of the few Africans to have played for the Red devils.
Djemba Djemba signed for Manchester United under legendary Scot, Sir Alex ferguson in the summer of 2003 from french side Nantes in a deal worth £3.5m.
He was reportedly bought as a replacement for Roy Keane who the club were planning for life after but unfortunately, Djemba Djemba couldn't make his mark at the Theater of dreams, starting juts 13 games in his 35 appearances in his 18 months spell at the club before been moved to Aston Villa.
Djemba Djemba in his time at Manchester United earned £75,000 per week which was a lucrative pay for an African then.
He might not have had the best of time at Manchester United but Djemba Djemba would have been proud of his earning in his short spell at Manchester United in addition to the big stars he played with.
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