Dariusz Dudka is reportedly linked with a possible move to Belgium side Anderlecht.
There have been many recent signs saying that Dariusz Dudka will be soon performing at the Belgian football fields this spring. This is because R.S.C. Anderlecht have serious plans of loaning out the player this winter window. The former Wisla Krakow defender has already lost his starting position in the French AJ Auxerre and is very eager to change clubs. A month ago there was talk of Dudka even agreeing to a transfer in Russia, but since then the Pole has changed his mind on the subject. “I guess I said some things I should have not. But at the time when I was made a reserve, I did not expect. I was furious with the coach and that is why the talks of me going to Russia came about. Obliviously the scare tactic did not work. But I have since then calmed down, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want to play or a move from here.” said Dariusz Dudka.
Dudka’s wishes may soon come true, and he could change club colors as soon as in the next coming weeks, where he will call fellow international Marcin Wasilewski a club teammate. Unfortunately, Anderlecht who leads the Jupiler Pro League with four points advantage over Standard Liege can’t afford the Polish international. Because of that, the Belgians have only plans of loaning out Dudka from the French side for at least the moment. If the Polish defensive midfielder proves himself in Belgium, Anderlecht will pull some strings in the summer window for him.
The whole situation has put a strain on Wasilewski, who is tired of hearing his countrymen being linked to Anderlecht over and over again without any final results ever happening. “Ever since I’ve come to Anderlecht, there was to come Pawel Brozek, Lukasz Gargula, Radoslaw Sobolewski, and even Przemyslaw Kazmierczak. So obviously I’m waiting for some concrete evidence first before expecting anything to happen.” ‘Wasyl’ told PS.
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