Admitted amongst the professionals only 3 years ago, in the modest championship of the Democratic Republic of Congo, a championship also available on online betting in United States, Jackson Muleka is already turning the heads of many clubs and not the least. At a time when European and African clubs are looking to strengthen their membership, we wonder where the talent of TP Mazembé will evolve next season.
Propelled into the Lumubashi raven team in 2017, Jackson Muleka has managed to get everyone agreed on his talent. Top goalscorer in the Congolese championship in 2017 with 24 goals, the 20-year-old striker confirmed all the good that was said about him this season, with high performances locally and internationally. The most noticed were surely those produced in the Champions League where he scored 7 goals in 10 games including 3 doubles.
Performances that have fueled the appetite of big African clubs the same way the new customer offers do with gamblers. Amongst the clubs interested in the young Congolese, we can name the National Al Ahly of Egypt, Turkish, and even French clubs including RC Lens.
If we do not know much about the offers of the giant of Cairo and the Turkish clubs, The offer of the Racing Club of Lens appears to be clear enough. According to the French media, the freshly promoted from the French league 1 would have requested an offer for a paid loan of 100,000 Euro plus a salary of around 3000 Euro.
The issue: Moïse Katumbi does not seem to be inclined to let go so easily his Talentuous player, who is already costing him nearly 9,000 Euro as an annual salary. If they hope to hire the Congolese international from the Great Lakes club, pretenders will have to prepare themselves accordingly with more financial means. According to some reports, the player himself rejected the offer from Lens.
In any manner, considering the salary treatment offered actually by the former governor of Katanga to his new “gem”, one might think that Muleka is in no hurry to choose his future destination.
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