Anderlecht has a new goalkeeper: Frenchman Maxime Dupé (30) comes over transfer-free from Toulouse

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After the departure of Bart Verbruggen and Hendrik Van Crombrugge, Anderlecht really needed a new goalkeeper. He has now found purple and white. Anderlecht has an agreement with 30-year-old Maxime Dupé.

The French goalkeeper played 38 matches with Toulouse in Ligue 1 last season and kept his nets clean 9 times. Dupé, who was also active in Ligue 2 with the club, did not sign a new contract, so he is now transfer-free to Anderlecht. Perhaps Colin Coosemans will become second goalkeeper again. On Monday, Dupé would take his medical tests.

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