In the constant search for promising talents Borussia Dortmund appeared to have become a captive in the Netherlands. The BVB was attracted to Anthony Musaba by two-time NEC Nijmegen. But the planned change of the 19-year-old will probably come to nothing.
Review: French “Eurosport” journalist Manu Lonjon recently reported that the BVB and Nijmegen had reached agreement on a transfer from Musaba.
Wilco Van Schaik, manager of the Dutch club, Although the rumors contradicted against the portal” forcanec.nl “but that the advances of the Westphalia had not been freely invented, Musaba later made it very clear in person.
“Last year we were at Borussia Dortmund. We had a nice tour of the stadium. In a good conversation, they made it clear what they wanted to achieve with me. This has addressed me,”the attacker confirmed in a conversation with the newspaper”De Gelderlander”.
Musaba further:”Of course I am flattered by the interest of top clubs from abroad. […] I am now focusing on NEC, but when the opportunity arises, I am ready for the next step. Then I will make a 100-percent effort.”
AS Monaco appears to have awarded the BVB
Despite all the positive signs, a competitor of the BVB now seems to have made the race: According to information from the French broadcaster”RMC”, Musaba will switch to AS Monaco in the summer.
Agreement on the replacements still pending, all points to an early execution. Musaba’s contract with Nijmegen expires 2021.
In addition to Borussia, VfB Stuttgart, Olympique Marseille and FC Valencia had also extended the sensors to the Netherlands.
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Since this season Musaba has been an integral part of the professional framework of NEC and hardly any more to think about. He scored nine hits and prepared five more goals.
Musaba made an appearance in the Dutch Cup in October 2019, when the stormer shot his club in the second round with a double pack against SBV Excelsior.
Musaba was already connected to the VfB Stuttgart in January. At that time the “kicker” had reported that the Swabians were dealing with the Dutch. But no deal was made.