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Anthony Vanden Borre to discuss decision to retire with Anderlecht

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Anthony Vanden Borre announced his retirement on Tuesday.

Anderlecht officials will meet with Anthony Vanden Borre next week after the Belgium international stunned the club by announcing his decision to retire from football.

Vanden Borre, 29, who had been spending the season on loan at Montpellier, made public his decision to hang up his boots with immediate effect on Tuesday, despite having 18 months still left on his Anderlecht contract.

Anderlecht general manager Herman Van Holsbeeck told La Derniere Heure that he will sit down with the defender, who...

U.S. goalkeeper Ethan Horvath seals move to Belgian champ Club Brugge

Christian Pulisic and Bjorn Johnsen lead the way as Alexis Nunes breaks down the Yanks Abroad Team of the Year for 2016.

U.S. national team goalkeeper Ethan Horvath has signed with Belgian champion Club Brugge, the club announced on Tuesday.

The 21-year-old Colorado native spent most of the past four years in Norway, where he helped lead Molde FK to the knockout stage of the Europa League last season.

Horvath won the No. 1 job with Molde, coached by former Manchester United and Norwegian legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, in the summer of 2015, after starter Orjand Nylund was sold to German Bundesliga side Ingolstadt.


 By Colin Udoh

Leicester agree deal to sign Nigeria international Wilfred Ndidi from Genk

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Leicester City are ready to make a January move for Genk's Nigeria international Wilfred Ndidi.

Leicester City have signed Genk star Wilfred Ndidi, subject to him obtaining a work permit, for a reported £17 million. 

The Premier League champions are desperate to bolster their squad in the January transfer window after a disappointing defence to their title and they have tied up a deal for Ndidi.

The Nigeria international, who will be eligible to play in the Champions League, is regarded as one of the best young players in Europe after impressing at Genk during the past 18 months. 


 By Mark Rodden

Man United target Leon Bailey could stay at Genk this season - agent

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Leon Bailey's father and agent says the Genk winger could stay in Belgium for the rest of the season despite reported interest from Manchester United and Leicester City.

However, Craig Butler also hinted that the decision could depend on whether the Jamaican's half-brother, Kyle Butler, 18, is promoted to Genk's first-team squad.

Bailey, 19, who was named in UEFA's Europa League team of the group stage, said this week that he would have to reflect on what is best for his career ahead of the January...