Dalibor Veselinovic will return to Anderlecht next season. He won't be loaned to another club, such as this season. Christophe Diandy, loaned to OH Leuven, could sign a contract in Leuven.
Patou Kabangu and Bedi Mbenza, loaned by Anderlecht from TP Mazembe, will be offered a contract in Anderlecht. They both managed to convince the staff. The deal will be made official soon.
Meanwhile, the club was also looking for more offensive power. Colombian Dorlan Pabon of Atletico Nacional cost 3 million euro, which the club is not prepared to pay.
But more importantly, what will Anderlecht's key players do? Roland Juhasz seems ready to go: "After 7 years I need a new challenge. But I won't be unhappy if I have to stay here though. We could have a good team next year. We'll see what happens during the summer."
Dieumerci Mbokani, Milan Jovanovic and Matias Suarez are more mysterious about their future. The three strikers all indicate they are happy in Anderlecht and wouldn't mind staying, but Suarez and Mbokani think they are ready for a club in a better league. A lot will depend on whether Bayern wins the Champions League, because that would mean direct qualification for Anderlecht. This direct qualification would mean increased financial strength for the Mauves, as well as a higher European standing. That would encourage the two to stay after all.
Jovanovic, 31, might move to Al Shabab where he could earn a very high salary and play under his former coach Michel Preud'Homme.
Lucas Biglia seems certain to go. He already indicated his stay in Brussels was nearing its end. He prefers Italy or Spain. Real Madrid already showed interest and Biglia is not afraid of such a challenge: "When I came here, everyone thought it was too early for me to go to Europe, but I adapted and became captain here. I will do the same in a club such as Real."