Everything seems to indicate a departure from Jackson Muleka this summer, and while Turkey was the most frequently mentioned destination, now a certain…Club de Bruges is entering the dance.
The case Jackson Muleka spills ink. Arrived in 2020 in Belgium and promising for his first season, the young Congolese striker then stalled under Luka Elsner last season, scoring only 2 goals in 19 Pro League games and finally leaving on loan last winter. In Kasimpasa’s jersey, the former TP Mazembe striker revealed all his qualities as a finisher with 12 goals and 5 assists in 14 Süper Lig games.
Back in Liège and under contract until 2024, Muleka seems equipped to finally win at the Rouches under the leadership of Ronny Deila…but could well set sail this summer, and permanently this time. While all the Turkish gratin are interested in the player (the Turkish press even mentioned an “agreement in principle” this weekend for a loan to Besiktas, with option to buy), it is even now … the FC Bruges who would have entered the dance.
According The evening, Vincent Mannaert would have contacted the Liège management about the 22-year-old Congolese striker. The Club is looking for reinforcements in attack and Carl Hoefkens would have given his approval to a possible arrival of Jackson Muleka. It remains to be seen whether, on the Standard side, we would be delighted at the idea of letting a potential pearl slip away from a rival…