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Salzburg: Ashimeru Makes Loan to Anderlecht Permanent

Majeed Ashimeru won't be returning to Red Bull Salzburg for the 2021-22 season and instead will make his loan to Anderlecht in Belgium permanent according to the team. The 23 year-old Ghanaian international joined Salzburg in 2017 but only played in 42 matches over that stretch.

"For Majeed, the loan was a good solution for all parties," said Sporting Director Christoph Freund. "He played well in a strong league last season and is joining RSC Anderlecht permanently. We wish him the very best."

Over the 42 games that Ashimeru played with Salzburg, he scored three goals and notched eight assists. Over that time he has seen massive turnover with the club including managers Marco Rose and Jesse Marsch. The team was incredibly successful over that time and has solidified itself as a constant Champions League contender. Unfortunately it did not appear as if Ashimeru was being considered as a part of the teams future plans.

The move continues a string of transfers that sees a modest rebuild occurring in Salzburg. There is still a feeling that the team's top striker Patson Daka may move to another league as well. Red Bull has made Salzburg's transitions seamless in the past with winning still being a top priority. Whether or not this will be another easy transition remains to be seen.


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