RSC Anderlecht open new contract extension talks with Amuzu Featured
29 Jun

RSC Anderlecht open new contract extension talks with Amuzu

Following a faltering start in January, the winger was to be sold this summer, but a resurgence of form at the latter stage of the campaign has convinced the Purple and White to open negotiations over a new deal with the promising youngster

RSC Anderlecht have opened another contract extension talks with Ghanaian international Francis Amuzu.

The 20-year-old had a torrid time at the beginning of the 2019/20 Belgian top-flight season having won the confidence of his former manager  Hein Vanhaezebrouck following an  impressive debut league outings in 2017. 

However, the faltering start in the just truncated Jupiter Pro League nearly led to the release of the younster this summer, but a purple patch of form at the latter stage of the campaign has left the Lotto Park outfit with no option than to keep their prized asset beyond this summer having made 20 league appearances with 3 assists and 3 goals to his credit.

According to report by Newspaper Het Laatste NieuwsAnderlecht have opened new contract extension talks with an improved offer with Amuzu as they want to keep him at the Lotto Park for many seasons in the Jupiter Pro League contest.

The 20-year-old Ghanaian-born talented winger has a running contract with Anderlecht until 2022.

He is currently being valued at €5m by the Belgian record league champions.

By Hassan Alhassan


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