Top shots of Belgian top division club, KAA Gent are excitedly recounting the gains they made from their recent transfers of Super Eagles wingers, Samuel Kalu and Moses Simon.
Footballlive.ng gathered that, almost six months after Kalu joined Girondins-Bordeaux of France and Simon moved to Levante of Spain, Gent’s top brass are counting the gains of both deals.
The report out of Belgium indicates that, the hierarchy at Gent admitted the team’s quality has dropped since the departure of both wingers, they are taking consolation from the fact that they got over €12m on the two Nigerian stars.
While revealing that made a total turnover of over €5m in the past financial year, the transfer of Kalu and Simon are part of an outlay that fetched Gent €35m overall.
Kalu moved to Bordeaux for €8m, while Simon joined Levante €4.5m, which were both in excess of the paltry fees for which Gent got them both from SK Trencin of Slovakia.