Sierra Leone and Apollo Limassol striker, Mustapha Haji Bangura is currently the hottest commodity in European football as several clubs are said to be chasing the striker. The club president, George Pavlidis, in a press conference revealed that Anderlecht has shown informal interest in retaining their star player but a Belgian publication walfoot, has also revealed that Anderlecht were amongst three other clubs that wanted to secure the player’s services.
According to the Belgian publication, French giant, AS Monaco, German big guns, Werder Bremen and Olympiakos Piraeus are all eyeing a move for the 21-year-old, who has already played 12 times for his national team.
However, the President Pavlidis in a statement said he will only accept the player’s move if the transfer fee exceeded 2million Euro.
Bangura was last September in a major highlight during an AFCON qualifier against Egypt scoring the only goal for Sierra Leone.
Mustapha Hadji Bangura has been active for the last five seasons in clubs like Cyprus top flight, Nea Salamina, AC Omonoia and AEP Paphas.
Bangura joined at the age of 16 years to Cyprus. After two years at Nea Salamina (34 games, 9 goals) he moved to Omonia Nicosia, but could not prevail there. Now he plays for Apollon Limassol where in 38 games he has scored 10 hits.