July 19, 2024

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“Anderlecht cash register is ringing: debt transfer all ready”

“Anderlecht cash register is ringing: debt transfer all ready”

Anderlecht will do everything they can to win the national title in the final three rounds, but for that they will probably have to get nine out of nine. Moreover, he cannot rely on Jan Vertonghen in his upcoming matches against Genk and Club Brugge. As a result, all eyes at the back will be on Zeno Debast.

The 20-year-old Red Devil is likely to spend his final weeks at Lotto Park. After all, he was already highly sought after in the previous Mercato and now appears to be out of demand. There is a lot of pressure on his sleeve, especially from Portugal, because the Portuguese media have been writing to Debast for weeks for Sporting Lisbon.

Sporting CP raises its offer to buy Debast

Now come Paula With a new update to the file. They report that the newly crowned Portuguese champion is gradually taking hold of the young defender. They were close to reaching an agreement with Anderlecht after increasing their offer. The Purple & White can count on a transfer fee of between €16-18 million.

A five-year contract is ready for Lisbon-based Debast, which will also include a high buy-out sum. He mentioned an amount of no less than 80 million euros. Sporting will get their way, as they certainly wanted to complete the deal before the European Championship to prevent prices from rising and more competition emerging.

The transfer seems to be gradually approaching

They are said to already be ahead of rivals Juventus, Eintracht Frankfurt and West Ham, among others. At Sporting, Debast must deal with the imminent departure of Gonzalo Inacio and/or Ousmane Diomande, as both central defenders are wanted by Europe’s top players.

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Although it remains to be seen whether the Portuguese information is correct this time. After all, they had been announcing for weeks that an agreement was in the works, but Debast’s entourage had always denied this information. It seems that he first wants to focus on the title battle with Anderlecht before making a decision on his future.