12:17 – Mike Tresor on his way to the exit in William II. The 22-year-old striker will be given space to complete a transfer and therefore will not play in a practice match on Saturday afternoon. In all likelihood, Trezor will work for KRC Genk.
Mike Trésor Ndayishimiye, as the striker’s full name is, has been linked with the move to Genk for some time. Head coach John van den Broom’s club has to put up a transfer fee, as the 22-year-old Belgian striker at Tilburg has a permanent contract. His current contract with Willem II will run for another two years, until mid-2023.
A three-year Dutch adventure for Tresor will soon be over. The striker was trained by RSC Anderlecht and moved to the NEC in the summer of 2018. A year later, he left for Willem II on a lease basis, which provided an option to buy. Tresor made a huge impression in his first season in the Eredivisie and was permanently recruited by Willem II.
Last season, Tresor was involved in Willem’s second pain. The striker didn’t reach his level a year ago and ended up on the bench for a while. In Genk he gets a new chance in Belgian football. Van den Broom finished second last season and qualified as the vice-champion of the third preliminary round of the Champions League.
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