July 25, 2024

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“Anderlecht expects Delaney to leave: a deal with City”

“Anderlecht expects Delaney to leave: a deal with City”

Anderlecht still have some doubts about their selection for next season. In principle, Kasper Schmeichel and Jan Vertonghen will only decide after the European Championship whether they will re-sign, leave or resign, while it is not at all certain that the Purple & White will be able to keep their three mercenaries from Sevilla.

In principle, Anderlecht would like to continue with Federico Gattoni and certainly Ludwig Augustinsson and Thomas Delaney. Sevilla also wants to get rid of them and therefore does not make excessive demands, but in recent weeks the wage conditions of the latter appear to be a stumbling block.

Mitinho is linked to Anderlecht

At the moment, it appears that their survival remains the priority, but Anderlecht also seem to anticipate the possibility of a no-deal. That’s why he’s also looking for reinforcements in midfield, where Arnestad, Ashimeru and Diawara could also leave.

The name Mitinho is now being proposed from the Netherlands for this purpose. The 21-year-old Brazilian is owned by City Football Group, which signed him with Troyes in 2022. He has been on rent for the past two seasons: first to Lommel, then to Sparta Rotterdam.

Great interest in City Group talent

There, Mitinho scored two goals and one assist in 27 matches last season. Sparta would like to rent him for another season, but according to… PL Brazil Teams from Belgium and Switzerland also want to sign him temporarily. This includes Anderlecht.

In addition, Mitinho could leave Troyes permanently, because two Premier League clubs are also said to be interested in a permanent move. This would allow Mitinho to follow in the footsteps of his compatriot Vinicius Souza. He also moved up from Lommel to the Premier League, where he played for Sheffield United last season.

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