Leicester looks certain to part company with Kamal Sowah as the young talented midfielder is set to join Brugge for fee of £7,5million. Brugge who are a major club in Belgium and over the years gained solid European competition experience and for Sowah’s development this could of course be a step in the right direction.
With Leicester trying to keep their best players to avoid a probable Brendan Rodgers exit, they are in need of selling talent and with Sowah this is of course sad from that perspective, but again better to sell those not getting much game time instead of having a big squad of less quality.Embed from Getty Images
Sowah showed last season that he can cope with the best in Belgium and that this move looks a good priority being a bit down the pecking in a quality squad.
Sowah will follow Josh Knight and Darnell Johnson out the door among the players in the academy finding the end of a Leicester career to start something fresh elsewhere. Not a surprise that Brugge came in for Sowah as they have seen the player in action in this environment.
We wish Kamal Sowah all the best on his journey in football, after spending three years at the club signed from Right to Dreams, an academy for players in home country of Sowah, Ghana.Embed from Getty Images
Not seen many links of a departure of Sowah, but we feel he is not the last player to leave the club before the August transfer window shut, probably seeing at least one or two more departures, maybe also one or two going out on loan.
The move of Kamal Sowah is not yet officially confirmed but this looks a settled deal all the way to the bank.
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