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Lokeren, Cercle and Kortrijk do business on the transfer market

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Sporting Lokeren has Monday night two incoming transfers at the same time published. The Waaslanders leave with the Serbian attacker Djordje Jovanovic and the Israeli left and back Omri Ben Harush. Jovanovic signed a contract for one season, with an option on an extra year. Harush got a contract for three years, with an option on an extra season. Also Kortrijk did business today, it was defender Alioune Camara.

The name of the 19-year-old Jovanovic circulated for a few days in the press. Jovanovic is a jeugdproduct of Partizan Belgrade and made his debut in the first team. The jeugdinternational played at Partizan 21 league games, of which he has four times scored. He is considered to be one of the biggest talents in Serbian football. Lokeren mentions that he is also interested enjoyed from other teams in the country and abroad. “And yet he chooses eventually for Sporting Lokeren because he himself and the surroundings of the player believe that this is the best step for his career”, according to the Waaslanders.

The 28-year-old Harush from his side of the Israeli football club Maccabi Haifa. The vijftienvoudig Israeli international was previously in one’s own country is also already active in Maccabi Netanya and Maccabi Tel Aviv. As an international, he stood in 2015 two times on the kick-off against the Red Devils in the EK-kwalificatiecampagne on the way to France.

Kortrijk gets defender

KV Kortrijk has the arrival of a new defender announced. Alioune Camara, who is already meetrainde with the Guys, signed a contract for three seasons with an option on two additional seasons in the Guldensporenstadion.

The almost 21-year-old Camara is after the Brendan Hines-Ike, Petar Golubovic and Andriy Batsula the fourth new defender Kortrijk this summer. Camara was earlier also on the test at AA Gent, but knew there is no contract to decorate

Delacourt renew at the Club

Cercle Brugge and Benjamin Delacourt put their signature under a commitment for one additional season at the club. The French defender gold last season as a definite turn off, but hurt himself badly in the finals. His expiring contract was not initially renewed, now put the 32-year-old defender still scribble under a new contract.

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