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Sport Gael Kakuta: "Lens has always been a club close to my heart"

15:40  01 august  2020
15:40  01 august  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

Dessers and Ganago on target as Genk hold Lens in friendly

  Dessers and Ganago on target as Genk hold Lens in friendly The Nigeria and the Cameroon forwards scored for their respective clubs as the Blue and White shared the spoils with Franck Haise’s menNigerian forward Dessers joined the Blue and White in June from Dutch side Heracles Almelo, where he shone during his one-year stay with the club.

Kakuta on his sixth loan spell at Chelsea after joining Rayo Vallecano. A broke former footballer who masqueraded as Chelsea loanee Gael Kakuta in order to fund a Unwilling to give up his celebrity life, he began breaking into lockers at the private health club in Camden, where he was a member, in

The parallels were plentiful and painful for Gael Kakuta this summer. As paperwork problems kept The rest of his elite class are graduating towards greatness. Kakuta remains the boy wonder who It seemed like a perfect alloy of skills and sensibility – and sure enough, by the time Kakuta had served

  Gael Kakuta : « Lens a toujours été un club qui me tenait à cœur » © Supplied by Sofoot

Blood in gold.

Back in Lens for a loan with a purchase option, his training club, which he left at the age of 16, Gael Kakuta, will finally be able to wear this jersey which was so dear to him. In an interview with l'Equipe , the former Chelsea player expressed his desire to play for RC Lens: “ Lens has always been a club that was close to my heart, as soon as I learned that I could come back to it, I said yes. I feel loved there. Everything is in place to make it go well. It gives me even more desire to start at Bollaert-Delelis »

Kakuta:« I was a ball collector at Bollaert »

With a substantial background with eleven clubs traveled, it was not always easy for the 29-year-old player who has matured: “ At Lazio, I enjoyed working. The sports director wanted me, not the coach. I felt the discomfort. So I worked like never before. I didn't play, but I came out happy. I had done the maximum. Afterwards, it was not me who decided. And the following season was almost perfect at Rayo Vallecano (in Spain). If I had let go I think it would have been over. "

Head on shoulders, the former Olympiakos does not hide his ambitions with his new club:" I still want to play at the highest level, the C1. But if I can have three fantastic seasons in Lens, I'm not saying no. And if possible, find Europe with this club: I would be the happiest in the world. »

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