- Belgian top-flight side Anderlecht have confirmed their interest in Sierra Leone and AGF Aarhus striker Mustapha Bundu.
- The price tag is expected to be in the region of €3.000.000.
- Bundu, who scored ten goals and eight assists helping his AGF side to achieve their best finish to a Danish Superliga campaign since 1997, was spotted in Brussels.
Pieter-Jan Calcoen, a football journalist for leading Belgian newspaper HLN, confirmed that the striker is in negotiation but no deal yet. However, Martin Kring another journalist posted on his twitter account that Bundu was with a Dortmund logo in one of his masks.
His fine form this season also attracted interest from newly-promoted French Ligue one side Lorient and Turkish giant, Trabzonspor.
In September 2016, the Sierra Leonean youngster signed a one-year loan deal with Danish top-flight league club with an option to extend his contract. The deal for the former Craig Bellamy Foundation (CBF) player came after he successfully underwent a weeklong trial with the Danish club.
Three months later, the Danish Superliga team said confirmed on their website that Bundu has signed a new four-year extension deal until summer 2021 saying the player has an indisputable potential.
— Anderlecht Inside (@RSCA_inside) July 31, 2020