Mukau can land in Italy: Venice and Parma like it. But it is also liked abroad


In the last few days, two Italian clubs have made inquiries about midfielder Ngal’ayel Mukau, born in 2004 and owned by KV Mechelen. These are Parma and Venezianewly promoted clubs who are building their squads in recent weeks to face the top league.
Already a protagonist in the first team last season, Mukau in the last few days seemed to be one step away from a transfer to Club Brugge but the Belgian press yesterday reported a sudden slowdown. However, the negotiation cannot be considered definitively concluded and also keep an eye on the Lilleanother team on the trail of the midfielder who is valued at 5-6 million euros.

Mukau, as mentioned, is also in Parma’s sights. And it is precisely about the transfer market of the Emilians that the sporting director Mauro Pederzoli spoke today in a press conference: “I hear, I read, I perceive the news, some complain that only one purchase has arrived. We are in line with the other teams, haste does not help in the market, the important thing is quality. We have chosen to give continuity to a group that has technical, human and value values. Surely he will be integrated but with attention and patience”.

It’s still: “The long market is a bad thing, but we have to get used to it and try to exploit it as an opportunity. This length allows us to choose with patience and, over time, reach objectives that seemed prohibitive at the beginning. We have a consistent group in terms of numbers and quality. We remain vigilant on the market, but we operate carefully, without haste”.