- Ghana international Majeed Ashimeru is on the radar of English Championship side Burnley in the summer transfer window
- The 24-year-old has been a big admirer of Vincent Kompany who was appointed as the new manager of Burnley after the sack of Sean Dyche
- Ashimeru was key under Kompany at Anderlecht after he cemented his place in the starting line up of the Belgian giants
Relegated Premier League club Burnley are considering a move to reunite Majeed Ashimeru with new manager Vincent Kompany at Turf Moor.
Ashimeru had an incredible season in the Belgian top-flight league with RSC Anderlecht last season, scoring three goals and providing two assists in 31 matches.
The former WAFA prodigy signed for the Belgian giants on loan from Red Bull Salzburg in the second half of the 2020/21 season, making the move permanent the following summer.
The Clarets were relegated from the English Premier League last season following an underwhelming campaign that led to the sack of long-serving manager Sean Dyche.
Vincent Kompany will now take charge of Burnley as the club tries to regain promotion back to the English Premier League in his first season in charge.
Having returned to the Championship for the first time after the 2015/16 season, the Clarets will be looking to make this stint in the second tier as short as possible.
According to reports, Ashimeru has been a big admirer of Vincent Kompany after cementing his place in the starting line up of RSC Anderlecht in February.
Ashimeru is under contract with Anderlecht until the summer of 2025.
It remains to be seen whether the 24-year-old will be interested in swapping the Belgian first division for the Championship, with his current club set to participate in the playoff round of the second edition of the Europa Conference League as well.
Emotional Scene as Ghana Midfielder Lasts Only 16 Minutes After Injury Return, Breaks Down in Tears
The Anderlecht star was introduced into the second half of the Belgium Cup final against KAA Gent on Monday night, but he was withdrawn few minutes later due to injury.
Majeed Ashimeru broke down in tears as he walked off the pitch with the scoreline as 0-0 between the two sides.