Revealed: ‘Anderlecht tried to get Mbenza back to Belgium’


Anderlecht are not too broad financially, and that is how transfer deals go wrong. Sports / Football magazine indicates that Isaac Mbenza was on the list at purple-white.

Mbenza was still on Anderlecht’s list, but was too expensive. The ex-Standard forward has played at Montpellier, Huddersfield and Amiens in recent years, although he couldn’t really break pots anywhere. Now it is definitively owned by Huddersfield. This season he has been in the starting line-up four times in The Championship. Mbenza’s contract expires next summer.

In addition to Mbenza, Anderlecht would also have two U23 internationals from South America in mind, although no names are stuck there. Those slopes also turned out to be too expensive. On the last transfer day, Anderlecht with midfielder Josh Cullen and attacker Paul Mukairu finally took in two more acquisitions.

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