SuperSport United youngster Shandre Campbell seals major move abroad

The teenager has been impressive in Mzansi which attracted the European team to come for his services.

South African teenager Shandre Campbell has joined Belgian top-tier side Club Brugge after his impressive showings in the Premier Soccer League with SuperSport United.

In his debut campaign with the senior team, the 18-year-old played 24 matches across all competitions, scoring five goals and providing six assists in the process. It explains why the European outfit came for his services.

The youngster is optimistic the best things are coming for him and promises he will always support the Swanky Boys.

‘This is not goodbye’ – Teenager happy with move and appreciates the PSL side

“This is not a goodbye, but hopefully the beginning of greater things in my career that make you proud,” Campbell told the club's media team.

“To the whole academy staff who have been my second family, especially the house fathers, aunties, and drivers who look after us, thank you so much. 

“Lastly, I must thank my parents and the Almighty for giving me this wonderful opportunity to live my dream. My blood is blue. Forever SuperSport United.”

Matsatsantsa CEO Stanley Matthews is convinced the youngster will deliver abroad, “We are confident that Shandre will flourish and become one of South Africa’s brightest stars for the next decade,” he stated.

“We hope he is a catalyst for more of our young players to make their way to the biggest and best leagues in the world. Our Club is part.”

Andile Jali, Percy Tau, and Lyle Foster are the recent stars who have played in Belgium before.

SuperSport United youngster Shandre Campbell seals major move abroad
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