Official | Adrien Hunou joins Angers from Minnesota United

Angers have today announced the signing of French foward Adrien Hunou from MLS club Minnesota United, the former Rennes man making his return to Ligue 1 after a year across the pond.

Hunou was at Rennes, his formative club, for his entire career up until 2021, barring a two-season loan spell at Clermont. With the Brittany club, he scored a total of 36 goals and picked up a Coupe de France winner’s medal.

The striker has signed a three-year contract with Le SCO, becoming the team’s fourth signing of the summer. Initial reports had indicated that the deal would take the form of a loan deal with an option to buy, but Hunou has ostensibly joined on a permanent deal.

He ends his time in the MLS having scored 7 goals in 26 matches last year, but only made one start since the new season. He now moves to Angers, arriving as a replacement for French youth international Mohamed-Ali Cho, who completed a move to Real Sociedad at the start of the transfer window.

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