Anthony Musaba is set to return to NEC Nijmegen two years after living the Eredivisie side after completing a loan deal, Voetbal International reports.
Musaba, 22, is looking to resurrect his career after a number of loans since joining AS Monaco have fallen flat. He joined the Ligue 1 club in the 2020 summer transfer window for a reported €2.5 million fee before going out on loan to Cercle Brugge in the Belgian Pro League a month later.
After a season in Belgium, where he scored six goals in 29 appearances, he then returned to the Eredivisie with Heerenveen where he could only manage one goal in 31 appearances.
This season, he joined Metz on loan with an option to buy but this was cut short with the Beuningen-born striker making just seven appearances in Ligue 2 before ending the season-long loan deal early.
According to reports in France, his father confirmed the winger was not enjoying training and could not settle in the French city so requested to end the loan spell early by his parent club which was granted.