Arriving from Amiens SC in 2020, Gabon international Ulrick Eneme-Ella is set to leave Brighton & Hove Albion on a free.
Never appearing for Graham Potter’s first-team, the 21-year-old clearly wants first-team football, and has decided to move on.
He’s even found himself a new club, according to Mohamed Toubache-Ter, who explains he ‘will sign’ for Angers SCO on Tuesday ‘for three years’.
Now far more mature, ‘the Brighton forward wants to relaunch himself, for good’.
Not only does he want to do it for himself, but Eneme-Ella also ‘wants to fight for his mother, who recently passed away’.
The young forward has been capped four times with Gabon after climbing through the ranks with France, playing at every tier from their U16s to their U19s.
A new adventure for the Brighton & Hove Albion player, who returns to France to keep his career on track after two goals and an assist in 18 appearances in the Premier League 2.