Somen Tchoyi To Split Red Bull Salzburg?


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Cameroon international midfielder SOMEN TCHOYI (white shirt) of Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg is obstructed by DENNIS GLAVINA of Croatian side NK Dinamo Zagreb during the UEFA Champions League third round qualifying match at Red Bull Arena in July of 2009. (Kerstin Joensson/AP)
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First, the regining Footballer of the Year in Austria was not even on the bench for either of Red Bull Salzburg’s UEFA Champions League third round qualifying matches with AC Omonia Nicosia of Cyprus.

Now, the name of the team’s second-leading league goal-scorer from last season has been left off the provisional 24-man roster of Red Bull Salzburg by Dutch manager Huub Stevens ahead of the critical Champions League playoff tie with FC Hapoel Tel Aviv of Israel.

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Cameroon midfielder SOMEN TCHOYI (13) of Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg fends off the challenge of Gabon defender GEORGES AMBOUROUET of Romanian side FC Ceahlaul Piatra Neamt during the Africa Cup of Nations match at the Alto da Chela Stadium in Angola this past January. (Gallo Images/Getty Images Europe)
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The speculation is that Red Bull Salzburg will be selling Cameroon international SOMEN TCHOYI, who scored eight goals in 36 league games for Red Bull Salzburg last season but missed the 2010 World Cup in South Africa due to injury, very soon.

English Premier League club WEST BROMWICH ALBION are reputed to be the buyers for the 27-year-old midfielder with the transfer fee expected to be range between 1.8 and 3.0 million Euros.

Judging from the 6-0 stomping applied by Chelsea on opening day in England, the Baggies could stand to supplement the line-up.

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