Speaking with Canal+ Sport Afrique, Fulham’s loaned out midfielder Andre Zambo Anguissa has said that he “can’t confirm anything at all” regarding transfer rumours, amid previous links with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
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Cameroon international midfielder Andre Zambo Anguissa joined Fulham in the summer of 2019 and after the Cottagers’ relegation to the Championship, Anguissa joined La Liga side Villareal on loan for the duration of the 2019/20 campaign.
Anguissa has impressed in his time with Villareal but it is said that the club will not look to make a permanent move for the midfielder. However, one Spanish club who is keen on signing Anguissa is giants Real Madrid. Mundo Deportivo reported that Real were interested in Anguissa as Zinedine Zidane looks to add to his midfield ranks.
Now, Anguissa has spoken about the rumours regarding his immediate future. Speaking to Canal+ Sport Afrique, Anguissa has said that he is not focused on the rumours, insisting his agent focuses on matters off the pitch and he focuses on matters on the pitch. He said:
“No, no, no, I can’t confirm anything at all. I’m not someone who reads or listens to rumours. My agent and I have a deal. He manages everything around me and I just focus on the park.
At the end of the season, we will take stock of where we are and see if there is anything interesting. I can’t say there was any contact with anyone. I would be lying to you.”
Fulham could try to pick up a hefty fee if Real Madrid come knocking for Anguissa this summer. The midfielder is under contract with Fulham until the summer of 2023 and will be keen to recoup as much as possible having previously signed him for a reported fee of £30 million.