French club Rennes are impressed by Senegal’s M’Baye Niang which they’ve signed him on a permanent thing.
Rennes had Niang within their positions on loan but have decided to sign him via a buy-out clause that will see him depart Italian team, Torino.
The 24-year old was a fantastic victory with Rennes and helped them win the French Cup and scored the most goals from the group.
Niang played for France at youth level but decided to change allegiance to the state of his parents, Senegal.
He’s been capped 14 times since making his international debut against Cape Verde at a 2018 World Cup qualifier.
Niang is counting on being part of Senegal’s squad to its 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, that is held in Egypt next month.
They’ve been drawn in Group C along with Algeria, Kenya, and Tanzania.
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