It’s being reported this evening that Wolverhampton Wanderers are in talks with Anderlecht midfielder Leander Dendoncker.
The 23-year-old Belgian international has spent his entire career with Anderlecht having come through their youth system to make his debut back in the 2014/15 campaign, where he went on to make 31 appearances in total, with two goals returned.
Following his breakthrough campaign, he hasn’t really looked back and has now racked up 141 starting appearances for his club, with an additional 13 showings from the bench. He’s contributed ten goals on stats I can find.
It’s fair to say others list differing figures, and have him making his debut in the 2013 Belgian Super Cup as a substitute in July.
Some fans may remember the game from the World Cup in Russia as he was involved in the game against England and he now carries six caps to his name.
Sky Sports reported earlier today that they understood from their sources that talks between both clubs had gone well and that he had travelled to England today to undergo a medical and discuss personal terms ahead of us finalising the deal before the transfer window shuts tomorrow evening.
If he has travelled to the country, expect this deal to go through quite quickly I would think.