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Offbeat Back to Belgium: Bochum gives Ganvoula

23:36  25 january  2022
23:36  25 january  2022 Source:   kicker.de

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Silvere Ganvoula (25) will no longer run for VfL Bochum this season. The attacker was borrowed at the Belgian club Cercle Bruges.

Zuletzt meist nur noch in Trainingskleidung zu sehen: Silvere Ganvoula. © Imago Images / Rhr-Photo Last usually only in training clothes to see: Silvere Ganvoula.

No purchase option agreed

As the VFL announced on Tuesday, Ganvoula will be borrowed to the table fences of the Belgian Jupiler League by 30 June 2022. There is no purchase option.

For the powerful attacker, it is the return to the league in which he was active for three years before being involved in Bochum. "He knows the Belgian first league from his time with Anderlecht, Mechelen and Westerlo," Bochum's Managing Director Sport Sebastian Schindzielorz is quoted in the club message. "We will observe his development there." For Ganvoula, "the opportunity to collect game practice and to prove at a high level".

he had only occasionally isolated in Bochum. Ganvoula, who achieved 13 goal directors in the 2019/20 season, slipped into the Jokerrollen in the Bochum climb season. In the current Bundesliga season, he comes to nine missions, all after a substitution. In the last two games he was no longer in the squad, Bochum also committed another striker in Jürgen Locadia in January.

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