Is the transfer stunt of the year yet to come? PhD student Westerlo dreams of ex-Red Devil Nacer Chadli

Is the transfer stunt of the year yet to come? PhD student Westerlo dreams of ex-Red Devil Nacer Chadli
Is the transfer stunt of the year yet to come? PhD student Westerlo dreams of ex-Red Devil Nacer Chadli

Jan Vertonghen wants to end his career at Anderlecht: “It was a difficult choice because it will be my last”. — © Het Nieuwsblad

Westerlo, which is plagued by injuries, wants to strengthen itself and aims high. It saw left midfielder Jan Bernat drop out and is thinking of Nacer Chadli (33) as a replacement, among others.

The Red Devil has to play with a view to the World Cup and the competition is fierce at Basaksehir. In the Kuipje they learned that he is open to a return to Belgium and they contacted the player to discuss his situation. Wait and see if it leads to more in the coming days. Chadli still earns a good living in Turkey, although he only has one year left on his contract. As with Bolat, Westerlo could give him more certainty in the longer term. Also at Charleroi they already thought of Chadli.

Fenerbahçe striker

Westerlo is also trying to secure a big name in the striker position. Hasan Cetinkaya inquired at his ex-club Fenerbahçe about Turkish international Serdar Dursun (30), but that is too expensive for the time being. At the Turkish top club he was good for 15 goals in the Turkish Süper Lig last season, but this season he is not an undisputed starting player and he would like to leave. Previously, Dursun found his way to goal in 159 matches in the German second division 67 times. Since being called up to the national team for the first time in October last year, he has scored 7 times in 8 games.

The Stef Peeters (Eupen) slope is also still used. Westerlo’s first offer was rejected, but the Kemphanen are willing to increase their offer.

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