- Percy Tau is rumoured to be joining Anderlecht in a sensational loan after leaving Club Brugge
- The Bafana Bafana player has had a great season and his flexibility on the frontline makes him an important asset
- Social media users have weighed in with their own opinions on the loan deal and what it means for Percy
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Following Percy Tau's exit from Club Brugge just days ago, rumours are already circulating that he is poised to sign a massive loan deal with rivals Anderlecht.
Reports emerged on Monday that Belgium claimed that the Mamelodi Sundowns star would soon be joining Anderlecht for the 2020/21 season.
The 26-year-old Bafana Bafana player has allegedly caught Anderlecht's attention due to his flexibility in frontline positions.
Percy would reportedly have to travel back to South Africa to have a medical check-up then join his third Belgium club in as many seasons, according to Kickoff.
Social media users weighed in on the rumours:
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In keeping with football, Briefly.co.za reported that Lucas Radebe is super proud of his former club, Leeds United, which has managed to claw their way back into the English Premier League.
Leeds United has been trying to get back into the EPL for 16 years. Radebe captained the club during one of the golden eras in the 1990s and 2000s, which included reaching the 2000/01 Champions League semi-finals.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that World champions France will start the defence of their 2018 World Cup title in Qatar in November, 2022 after FIFA released the fixtures of how the tournament will be.
The world football governing body in their release made it clear that the 2022 competition will start on November 21 in which the host nation Qatar is expected to play the first match.
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