July 21, 2024

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KRC Genk wins: “He made an impression”

KRC Genk wins: “He made an impression”

In KRC Genk they increasingly depend on their youth. Limburgers managed to sign a young talent today. He signed for three years at Cegeka Arena.

Vanderhalen signs the contract

“KRC Genk is pleased to announce that 15-year-old striker Jari Vanderhalen has signed his first contract with KRC Genk. Maasmechelaar started his football career at the age of six at the Jos Vaessen Talent Academy and is now in his tenth season with the club,” said Genk.

“Vanderhalen has signed a three-season contract. Jari Vanderhalen has impressed in recent months with his performances for the KRC Genk U15 team and the Belgian national team. The young striker is known for his scoring ability and pace, and he also has a great mentality. Perseverance and talent have earned him his first contract with KRC Genk The club is proud of the progress Jari has made and looks to his future with confidence.

Quinn Dearden

“We wish Jari every success in his development as a footballer at our club,” said Quinn Dearden, head coach of the Jos Vaessen Talent Academy. Over the next three seasons, Yari will have the opportunity to further improve his skills under the wings of the Genk Talent Academy.

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