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  • Updated: July 08, 2023

Dolberg Moves To Anderlecht After Loan Spell At Sevilla

Dolberg Moves To Anderlecht After Loan Spell At Sevilla

Kasper Dolberg

Danish international forward Kasper Dolberg has bid farewell to French club Nice and officially joined Belgian giants Anderlecht on a lucrative four-year contract.

The announcement came jointly from both clubs on Friday, marking the beginning of a new chapter in Dolberg's career.

Dolberg, 25, arrived in Nice with great expectations in August 2019 after completing a noteworthy €20.5-million transfer from Ajax.

His debut season in Ligue 1 showcased his potential as he netted an impressive tally of 11 goals in 23 matches, raising hopes of a bright future at the French club.

However, subsequent seasons proved to be more challenging for the talented forward, as Dolberg struggled to replicate his initial success. In an effort to revitalize his form and regain confidence, he was loaned out to Spanish outfit Sevilla from July to December last year.

Despite a temporary change of scenery, Dolberg was still searching for his rhythm on the pitch.

In a bid to provide him with further opportunities for growth and development, Dolberg embarked on a second loan spell, this time to German club Hoffenheim, for the remainder of the season.

Although the loan stint offered valuable experience, Dolberg ultimately sought a permanent move to reignite his career.

Anderlecht, one of Belgium's most prestigious clubs, emerged as Dolberg's destination of choice. The Belgian side, renowned for its history of nurturing promising talents, welcomed the Danish forward with open arms.

The four-year deal signifies Anderlecht's confidence in Dolberg's abilities and their belief in his potential to flourish in their renowned footballing environment.

Dolberg's move to Anderlecht not only offers him a fresh start but also presents an opportunity to showcase his skills in a new league.

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