July 22, 2024

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‘AA Ghent swallows a bitter pill: golden crest towards the exit’

‘AA Ghent swallows a bitter pill: golden crest towards the exit’

With the departure of Hein Vanhaezebrouck, a new era begins at AA Gent, with Sam Baro increasingly taking the reins. However, the Buffaloes’ owner is already in danger of missing one pressing issue.

It was learned earlier that Barrow personally intervened in the Jorthy Mukio case. Despite the lucrative offer, both financially and sportingly, the 16-year-old temporarily refuses to sign his first professional contract at Planet Group Arena.

Mukio away from Ghent?

To convince him, Mukio was actually allowed to appear for the main team several times in European qualifiers. He even made his debut for Sint-Truiden. The centre-back was substituted after an hour and has not played since.

Although there is optimism that negotiations with his delegation will reach a successful outcome, it increasingly appears that Mukio will look elsewhere. He recently applied for an exemption from the Football Association.

Ajax is about to win

It seemed like a mere formality at the time, but now the people of Ghent were in danger of losing their golden boy for free. According to transfer expert Sascha Tavoleri, Mocchio and his family went to Amsterdam last weekend to attend an Ajax match.

This is also confirmed by the photos that his father shared on social media. According to Tavoleri, discussions with Ghent are still ongoing. Who knows, maybe Barrow might still be able to keep his coveted left leg for a while longer.

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