The financially troubled RSC Anderlecht can take another shot in the last week of the transfer mercato (until October 5, ed.): Francis Amuzu can count on interest from Olympiakos Piraeus.
This is reported by the Greek journalist Nikos Kotsis. Amuzu already has 70 games on the counter at Anderlecht (five goals, six assists), but his progress seems to be stagnating. He started in the base during the Purple & White’s first league match against KV Mechelen, but then fell outside the selection three times. In the past two games against Waasland-Beveren and Eupen, Vincent Kompany gave him a short substitute.
Competition is of course fierce at Anderlecht with Mustapha Bundu, Jérémy Doku, Yari Verschaeren, Anour Ait El Hadj. Mercenary Percy Tau can also play on the flank. There is therefore a chance that the Purple & White will opt to make a financial move with Amuzu. It is no coincidence that he is mentioned at Olympiacos. After all, the Greek top club has close links with Christophe Henrotay’s real estate agency, to which Amuzu is affiliated.
Olympiakos will first concentrate on the preliminary rounds of the Champions League. The team of coach Pedro Martins won the first leg against Omonia Nicosia with 2-0 and can most likely prepare for the group stage of the champions ball and the accompanying millions. That money can immediately be used to pay for the transfer from Amuzu.
Olympiacos asked about the “demon” Francis Amouzos. 21, 70 matches with Anderlecht, ball! Very difficult case. Like all. I really like it, crazy investment if done. #olympiakos #amuzu #Anderlecht #olympiacos – https://t.co/2TQELBS9Em https://t.co/LejDAP9FQK pic.twitter.com/NWmQx3cVub
– Nikos Kotsis (@Nikos_Kotsis) September 28, 2020
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