Anderlecht are still looking for offensive reinforcement, which seems to be possible, especially on the flank. CEO Karel Van Eetvelt already confirmed that Percy Tau is an option, but he does not seem to be the only track Anderlecht is studying. Another target already arrived in Brussels on Friday to come to negotiate.
Mustapha Bundu and his broker John Sivebaek are said to Ekstra Bladet even have already reached an agreement with RSCA about a transfer. But Anderlecht is still far from it with his club AGF, which nevertheless gave the player permission to talk to Anderlecht. Bundu was a revelation in the Danish Superligaen this season and scored eight goals and ten assists in 24 games.
Fruit and vegetables does not intend to let him go just like that and would have already refused an offer of 2.6 million euros. The Danes would claim 3.3 million, but at Anderlecht they are hesitant to count down that sum. After all, it only has a transfer budget of 5 million euros this summer, and that would have been largely consumed by then. AGF is now trying to put pressure on Anderlecht and screens with interest from Club Brugge, but despite that, Anderlecht would not be rushed. After all, they do not believe that Bruges’ interest is serious and so they calmly look for an agreement.
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