On loan Anderlecht of Belgium forward Imoh Ezekiel might leave for China before the end of the Chinese transfer window as his representatives are presently studying proposals from teams from the Far East.
The Nigerian on loan from Al-Arabi of Qatar isn’t getting games at Anderlecht as he doesn’t fit into the plans of coach Besnik Hasi who insisted Ezekiel will remain in Belgium.
However with the Chinese transfer window still open Ezekiel will fancy the prospect of earning more in China but he is wary about the low quality the league gets which might block his chance of moving to another European team in the future.
Anderlecht will be willing to let the 21 year old leave as he presently earns close to 1.45 million euros in salary which is about the club highest and aside that they face a fine for not playing him in 75 percent of their games as agreed with Al-Arabi.
Al-Arabi will receive thousands of Euros from Anderlecht as it was agreed he will be played in 75 percent of their games and failure to do so will reduce his market value which will attract a fine from the Qatari side.
Left out of their squad for tonight’s Europa league second leg game against Olympiacos in Greece he has so far made just 17 appearances in the league with just one goal to his name.