L’Equipe are reporting that KV Oostende, RFC Seraing and Zulte Waregem are all interested in bringing Nantes 20 year-old midfielder Gor Manvelyan across the border to Belgium. Nantes are willing to let the youngster leave on loan to increase his match time, as he is currently not in head coach Antoine Kombouaré plans for the remainder of the season. Manvelyan has played six times for Nantes II, scoring three and providing one assist.
L’Equipe believe that Oostende are the favourites to land the midfielder, however both Seraing and Zulte Waregem have expressed interest in bringing the attacking midfielder in on loan. Zulte Waregem have already added one midfielder in January, with Club Brugge former captain Ruud Vormer joining the relegation threatened side.
Oostende have also been active, signing Pierre Dwomoh on loan from Antwerp (with a purchase option) and defender Matej Rodin from Cracovia. The side are currently 15th in the league, just four points above the relegation zone.
Seraing have yet to make a signing but will likely be active in looking for new players, given that they are currently bottom of the Pro League and six points from safety.