The Indomitable Lions will play against Sudan and Morocco in the LG Cup on before flying to Algiers for a friendly with the Desert Foxes of Algeria.
Lavagne has handed a first call up to Spain-based Allan Nyom. The 23-year-old defender was born in France and started his career at AS Nancy before moving to Arles-Avignon. He then moved to Udinese in Italy which loaned him to Spanish Primera Liga side Granada FC.
Tunisia based defender Yaya Banana has also been offered a first senior call-up. He was part of the Junior Lions team that reached the U-20 World Cup quarter-finals this year.
The squad released on Thursday includes mainly players based out of Cameroon, except goalkeeper Jean Efala of Fovu Baham. Cameroon’s league is yet to kick-off for a new season.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Georges Mandjeck and Somen Tchoyi who were absent from Javier Clemente’s recent lists, have all been recalled. But there was no place for Sebastien Bassong.
Media reports in Cameroon say Lavagne will hold a news conference in Yaounde on Friday. He’ll use to opportunity to discuss his plans with the team and also explain his team selection.
Here’s the full list:
- Guy Roland NDY ASSEMBE, AS Nancy-Lorraine, France
- Idriss Carlos KAMENI, RCD Espanyol Barcelonea, Spain
- Jean EFALA KOMGUEP, Fovu de Baham, Cameroon
- Benoît ANGBWA, FK Anzi Makachkala, Russia
- Allan NYOM, Granada FC, Spain
- Nicolas NKOULOU, Olympique de Marseille, France
- Aurélien CHEDJOU, Lille Olympique SC, France
- Georges MANDJECK, Stade Renais, France
- Dany NOUKEU, Gaziantesport,Turkey
- YAYA BANANA, Espérance de Tunis, Tunisia
- Benoît ASSOU-EKOTTO, Tottenham Hotspurs, England
- Gaetan BONG, FC Valenciennes, France
- Henri BEDIMO, Montpellier, France
- Joël MATIP, Schalke 04, Germany
- Alexandre SONG, Arsenal, England
- Eyong TARKANG ENOH, Ajax Amsterdam, Holland
- Landry NGUEMO, FC Girondins de Bordeaux, France
- Benjamin MOUKANDJO, AS Nancy-Lorraine, France
- Jean II MAKOUN, Olympiakos, Greece
- Edgard SALLI, AS Monaco, France
- SOMEN à TCHOYI, West Bromwich Albion, England
- ANDONGCHO MBUTA, SC Dinamo Bucarest, Rumania
- Jacques ZOUA, FC Basel, Switzerland
- Samuel ETO’O, FK Anzi Mackachkala,Russia
- Vincent ABOUBAKAR, FC Valenciennes, France
- Eric Maxim CHOUPO-MOTING,FSV Mainz 05, Germany
- Léonard KWEUKE, AS Spartak Prague, Czech Republic
- Bienvenue NTSAMA, Fenerbache, Turkey