- Sierra Leone international striker Mustapha Bundu has expressed his delight after joining Danish side Copenhagen on loan from Belgium outfit Anderlecht.
“Copenhagen have agreed on a loan deal with RSC Anderlecht for Mustapha Bundu that will run until the summer of 2021, after which the club has the option to make the transfer permanent,” the club said on their website.
“I am happy and proud that FCK have wanted me,” he told the club’s website.
“It is a big club, not just in Denmark, but also internationally. I look forward to playing in Parken, and doing what I can so that the club reaches its great ambitions.”
“It’s no secret that it has not gone as I had hoped at Anderlecht, but I would rather use my energy and my focus on looking forward to getting started at FCK than getting upset about it.
“I know many of my new teammates, and of course I know Jens Stage and Rubén Sellés, just as I know the league well. I know that there are high expectations for FCK, and I also hope that I can meet them and then we will see if I stay here longer than this summer.”
Bundu scored 21 goals 25 assists in 109 appearances during his time with former Danish club AGF Aarhus in four seasons.
Anderlecht striker Mustapha Bundu linked with a loan move to Copenhagen
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