No Premier League for Kongolo: Defender Surprisingly Turns Up in Ligue 2

Terence Kongolo shows up in France. The Dutch defender is rented out by Fulham to Le Havre, a club from Ligue 2, and Kongolo seems to have no future at Fulham.
Kongolo‘s career never really took off. He impressed Feyenoord and earned a top transfer to AS Monaco in the summer of 2017 for around fifteen million euros. He didn’t come out of the picture there.
Monaco leased Kongolo to Huddersfield Town and then sold it for twenty million. For around 4.5 million, Kongolo made the switch to Fulham two years ago.
At Le Havre, Kongolo has to put himself in the spotlight again. The French club has an option to buy on the defender, whose contract with Fulham still runs until the summer of 2024.

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