Nacer Chadli, the Belgian international who refused the Moroccan team, is playing in Belgium this season. The Belgian-Moroccan scored seven goals in eleven matches and the local press, as the website 7sur7 reports “one of the rare bad satisfactions in the first months of this new project”. Chadli is like a leader in the Anderlecht dressing room, but he still admits he misses the English championship.
In other words, it will be almost impossible to see the versatile player accompanying these young people in the long term. He explains that the Premier League is “a crazy league” that “he misses a lot”. “I’m here for a season. We’ll check in later. I feel like home here. But I will make a decision after the Euro,” he replied in an interview with several Belgian media.
“They have already made good progress. At their age. They are already more advanced, they are intelligent and they learn quickly,” he said in this interview, which was repeated by 7sur7 in an article published on December 13. However, he did not hesitate to make a comparison with the 2010-2012 era of the Red Devils. “It was really the same phenomenon. We were inconsistent, but the results have only improved. I’m curious to see our young people in two years’ time,” insists the man who is on loan from Monaco for a season.
Currently, with his teammates, Chadli is 20 points behind the top of the class, and vegete in 11th place. Anderlecht will play a decisive game in the playoff race against Standard Liege this Sunday.