Former PSG and VFB Stuttgart attacker Tanguy Coulibaly linked with Eupen move

Sacha Tavolieri is reporting that Tanguy Coulibaly is in talks with Eupen over a move to Belgium. The 22-year-old, who came through the academy at PSG before moving to VFB Stuttgart in the summer of 2019, is currently without a contract after he departed the Bundesliga side. Coulibaly could replace Konan N’Dri, who is reportedly set to join OH Leuven.

The forward played 74 games for Stuttgart, scoring six goals. Four of these came during the 2022/2023 campaign where he played 14 matches.

He would become the second player to swap the Bundesliga for Eupen this summer if he makes a move to the Pandas. The side recently announced the signing of Kevin Möhwald from Union Berlin. The 29-year-old central midfielder signed a contract with the club that will run until 2026. Since joining Union in the summer of 2021, Möhwald made 21 appearances. He joins former Werder Bremen head coach Florian Kohfeldt, who took over as Eupen’s head coach this summer.

GBeNeFN | Ben Jackson

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