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The clubs are swarming around the Danish comet

If the Dimitri de Condé would, he could easily sell Joakim Mæhle. The dane has delivered the goods for Genk and now he is the subject of a number of clubs heath back-dreams.

De Condé, who is the technical director of Genk, just do not want to part with Mæhle. On the contrary, is the plan that the club must hold on to the dane, and the other profiles. He says so in an interview with lokalmediet Het Belang van Limburg.

- First and foremost, we want to keep every man on board. We have two boys in the Scrooge Mæhle and Jhon Lucumi, which are much sought after. We need to keep together the squad, and that we're going to do, " says Dimitri de Condé.

Previously teams such as Atalanta, Valencia, Seville, Southampton and Burnley have been mentioned as suitors for Mæhle, but also the head coach Hannes Wolf is counting on to keep his Danish back. To the extent that he can control it.

- Right now I'm convinced that they are. And I say 'right now', for there are only a few coaches in the world, who with certainty can say that their best players do not leave them, he said to Het Laatste Nieuws in June.

the 23-year-old Mæhle has played in Genk, ago the club bought him free of the AaB in the summer of 2017. He signed as late as in the autumn a contract extension, as his current deal expires in 2023.

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