Anderlecht are (still) waiting for Kasper Dolberg, Brian Riemer hopes to take the Danish striker on stage

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Anderlecht won in a friendly match (2x 60 minutes) 5-2 against the Romanian team FCSB. Hannes Delcroix, among others, made a good impression and Benito Raman scored twice. Nevertheless, the Purple & White is looking forward to the arrival of Kasper Dolberg (25), who must become the target striker on which the team depends.

The deal with his club Nice for 5 million plus 1 million bonus is in the final phase and coach Brian Riemer wants to take Dolberg on an internship to Austria next week. All the more so because youngster Lucas Stassin sustained an ankle injury, the seriousness of which remains to be seen and who will soon prefer to move to Westerlo. With the youngsters, Kana and Alonzo Engwanda (20) – a midfielder as right back – made a good turn, while attacker Luca Monticelli will extend his expiring contract. Noah Sadiki normally leaves for Burnley in England.

So it remains to be seen what happens incoming on the transfer market. If Hendrik Van Crombrugge leaves for RC Genk, a new keeper must come and Jan Vertonghen may become captain. Will RSCA also pull the file of the Argentinian midfielder Santiago Hezze (21) from the fridge and what about the right back? Amir Murillo shone in the South American Gold Cup with a goal against Martinique (2-1), but also injured his hamstring. Is he still leaving?

Anderlecht is already on the left back with the return of Bogdan Mykhaylichenko. He played 32 matches for Shakthar Donetsk as a mercenary, but the Ukrainians did not let him meet the conditions that would require them to lift the purchase option. Shakthar also does not try to buy him at lower terms, which makes Mykha will soon train again with the Purple & White. For Kristoffer Olsson, the Swede who was loaned to the Danish Middtylland, a final deal with the Danes is in the works.(jug)

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