RSC Anderlecht has incoming transfer plans with the Belgian top league team eying immediate reinforcement from The Gambia. Anderlecht is looking forward to players for the future and has shaded the name of the young promising Gambian talent Kajally Drammeh.
kajally Drammeh, a 17-year-old forward from the Gambia, is thought to be in the offing, according to Belgian sports newspaper voetbalprimeur.
Anderlecht’s professional football business model lays on the search for foreign players with resale value. In that respect, the Gambian youngster who is currently playing football with Real de Banjul at home fits the purpose. But several teams hope to bring Kajally Drammeh to Europe at the age of 18.
According to Hungarian media, Anderlecht is not the only team eying for Kajally. Other European teams, including FC Midtjylland, Budapest Honved, Slovan Bratislava, FC Torino, and FC Krasnodar are also thinking about a transfer of Kajally Drammeh.
The Gambian forward played in the Africa Under-20 Cup of Nations, where he finished second with his country as captain, spotlighting the aforementioned teams.
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