The transfer of Belgium-born Ghanaian forward Francis Amuzu to Troyes will not happen, according to Walloon journalist Sacha Tavolieri.
Sports World Ghana understands that Amuzu’s wage demands are far too high. It was the same Tavolieri who announced Troyes’ interest in Amuzu a while ago.
The 22-year-old is desperate to leave the Belgian giants following his lack of regular playing opportunities last season.
Amuzu, who has declared to represent the Netherlands at the international stage, is keen to move to France.
🇧🇪👉🏼🇫🇷 ❌ Cela ne se fera finalement pas entre l’#ESTAC et Francis #Amuzu ! #Troyes a tenté mais n’a finalement pas pu trouver un accord avec le joueur d’#Anderlecht dont les prétentions salariales seraient trop élevées pour le club troyen. #Ligue1 #RSCA #mercato #JPL https://t.co/P42ZFQQvKS pic.twitter.com/jWRmhGoYr2
— Sacha Tavolieri (@sachatavolieri) July 12, 2022
Meanwhile, Marseille, Nice and Rangers are also said to have contacted the players’ agents.
Amuzu is valued at €5.5 million by Transfermarkt, but Anderlecht may be forced to sell him for less because he is not regular.
He played almost 2000 minutes in all competitions last season, scoring 10 goals and recording five assists.
Amuzu’s Anderlecht contract is up in two years.