Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting the new ‘Nicholas Anelka’
- Choupo-Moting joined Bayern Munich for free on a one-year contract
- He left French side PSG at the end of last season to join the German side
- The forward has played for six professional clubs including English side Stoke City
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting the new ‘Nicholas Anelka’.
Former French forward Nicholas Anelka has been described as a classy and quick player, with good aerial ability, technique, shooting, and movement off the ball. He honed these skills with his huge years of football experience – at numerous teams.
Anelka began his career at PSG before moving to Arsenal. His stint at the North London club would get him a move to Real Madrid for £22.3 million in 1999, but did not settle in well and returned to PSG in a £20 million deal.
Anelka would then make a loan-move to Liverpool in January 2002 before joining Manchester City in 2002. He would then move to Fenerbahce before returning to England to join Bolton Wanderers.
He would then join Chelsea in January 2008. His stint at Chelsea would see him win the Premier League Golden Boot. Anelka would then move to Shanghai Shenhua in 2011. The forward would then move to Juventus on a six-month deal in 2013 before joining West Brom on a free transfer. Anelka would then join Mumbai City FC as a marquee player and was named player-manager in 2015.
He began his career at Hamburg, making his debut in 2007. He would then make a loan move to FC Nurnberg before moving to Mainz.
The 31-year old would then move to Schalke prior to his time in the England with Stoke City. He would then move to PSG in 2018. After his contract expired with the French side, before joining Bayern Munich on Monday on a free transfer.