South African national side coach Molefi Ntseki, has viewed Percy Tau’s imminent loan move purely from a playing time perspective.
As reported here on Futaa on Monday, the 26-year-old Tau parted ways with Club Brugge last week before news emerged he is heading to Anderlecht in the same Beligian Pro League.
“Let us hope that things will turn out very positively for him wherever he goes‚ whether it is playing in the Uefa Champions League again with Anderlecht if ever that is where he is going.
“Football is a career‚ and as long as he can go to Anderlecht and play regularly‚ get his confidence up‚ get more playing minutes under his belt‚ then I think his chance will come to play for a bigger league.
"In this case maybe he will go back to Brighton & Hove Albion and start playing. Let’s stay positive and wish him all the best of luck.
"As long as he can play regularly and get more playing minutes‚ and is sharper whenever he is called up to the national team‚ I am happy,” concluded Stuart Baxter’s former assistant.
Meanwhile Futaa will be keeping a close eye on Brighton Hove and Brugge updates as Tau’s future takes center stage.