RSC Anderlecht said goodbye to Jérémy Doku on Monday evening, who is continuing his career at the French Stade Rennes. But Purple & White was also able to strengthen itself. For example, with Paul Mukairu and Josh Cullen, an extra attacker and midfielder were added to the selection.
The former is rented for a season, with purchase option, from Antalyaspor. The 20-year-old Nigerian has to help deal with Doku’s departure. “We have been closely monitoring Mukairu’s development through our scouts for a few months now. Paul is a 20-year-old Nigerian multipurpose forward with great athletic potential. He combines strength and speed and shows a lot of good things about the ball. is not yet a finished product, but someone with whom we can work “, sports director Peter Verbeke responds on the club website.
Cullen then definitively comes over from West Ham United and signed for three seasons. He mainly seems to be an alternative to Adrien Trebel to form. “Josh is a midfielder who combines great running ability with grinta and intensity. He is good on the ball, strong in the combination, has a good long ball and is known for his winning mentality and dedication. A real team player”, said Verbeke.
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