Huddersfield Town are open to selling their forward Isaac Mbenza this summer, as per a recent report by The Sun on Sunday.
The 25-year-old attacker previously joined the Terriers back in the summer of 2019 from Montpellier HSC following an initial loan spell and it now appears that Carlos Corberan is keen to move on the player in order to free up funds at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Huddersfield are said to have offered the player to a host of European clubs and are extremely keen to streamline their current squad as they look to greatly improve under their forward thinking Spanish coach.
Mbenza is said to available as part of what has been described as a bargain deal by the same publication and it appears that the Terriers care little about making back some of the money that they splashed out on him two years ago.
The winger has played 67 games for the Yorkshire side, whilst notching up six goals and nine assists in the process, with his agent having now been instructed to find him a new club as his time with the Terriers draws to a close.
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Mbenza is now into the final 12 months of his current contract.
This is a move from Huddersfield that has been coming for quite some time as Mbenza quite simply hasn’t made the sort of impact that they would’ve hoped for when he signed two years ago.
The French born player needs a fresh start and he seemingly doesn’t have any sort of future with the Terriers moving forwards.
Getting his wages will help to free up funds to further strengthen the squad and there are sure to be some clubs in Europe who are interested in signing him.
Sometimes big money signings don’t work out and Mbenza’s move to Huddersfield certainly falls into that category.