TRANSFERS There are 10 of them, the players who could/may yet leave Anderlecht this winter transfer window. The two newest names on the list are those of Killian Sardella and Enock Agyei (pictured). There is interest from Standard for the latter.
Fabio Silva is on his way to PSV and Sebastiano Esposito might move to Ternana. In their files, it is merely waiting for official confirmation. We wrote the story of Duranville earlier. For him, Borussia Dortmund seems to be the destination.
After that, you have the big earners on a sideline. With them, a departure will be much more difficult. WesleyHoedt was briefly mentioned at Vitesse, but that was a while ago. As he wants to stay near his children, an exotic destination is not immediately an option. For Hendrik Van Crombrugge, there is not much interest either. A few clubs inquired, but a transfer in the summer seems more realistic.
For Adrien Trebel, there was an offer from Hatayspor, but the Frenchman does not want to go to Turkey. And then there is Benito Raman. He too has a nice salary, making a loan move difficult. Last summer, there was interest from Westerlo.
Finally, there are three youngsters who may be available. For Killian Sardella, there is interest from the Netherlands and Belgium, but another defender has to join first. Noah Sadiki will be out of contract in June. Both club and entourage are not reluctant to a departure this winter. PSV, Glasgow Rangers and Lille have already been mentioned.
Finally, there is Enock Agyei. The 18-year-old flank attacker from Verviers is a certitude at the RSCA Futures, but he is due to end his contract in June. In the summer, he could still go to Vincent Kompany's Burnley and even now there is a lot of interest. Clubs from England, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy and France are showing interest, as are two Belgian clubs. Standard would have the biggest chance as it also wants to capture his brother Ebenezer, who recently closed the door on Neerpede. At Standard, Agyei would move closer to the A-team than he does now at Anderlecht.
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