Rominigue Kouamé has traveled a lot. After a start with LOSC Lille in 2016, he played on loan for Paris FC, then at Cercle Bruges and finally for Troyes his current team for witch he has with for a year and a half already. With a compulsory purchase option in the event of going up Division 1, Troyes having finished at the top of Ligue 2 during the last eseason, the 24-year-old midfielder and former academician of JMG Mali remains permanently with the Estac, as announced. by the daily L’Équipe.
He is well known to LOSC supporters, although he has spent more time wearing the colors of other professional structures on loan. The Malian international midfielder had taken part in several games with the Losc reserve, before playing 6 games with the pros during the troubled season between 2017 and 2018.
Since then, Rominigue Kouamé has continued to play on loan. It all started with Paris FC in League 2, then he played in Belgian D1 with Cercle Bruges and finally returned to D2, but this time in the French Championship with ESTAC Troyes.
During this loan, the contract mentioned a compulsory purchase option in the event of a rise in LIGUE 1. Following this final transfer, the Malian international returns to D1 therefore the LIGUE 1 championship,. Estac and Kouamé have signed an agreement for 3 seasons, until 2024.