Manchester City striker Tessa Wullaert is open to a return to former club Anderlecht when her contract at The Academy Stadium expires this summer according to reports by Belgian media outlet HLN.
The 27-year-old signed a two-year deal with Manchester City when she joined the club from German side VfL Wolfsburg in 2018 and it is thought that the player is likely move on again when her contract comes to an end on 30 June.
Speculation that Wullaert could rejoin Belgian Super League club Anderlecht has been increasing in recent weeks. In a television interview with VTM Nieuws, Wullaert has confirmed that Anderlecht are interested in taking her back to the Centre National de Football Euro 2000 and she would put some serious consideration into a return to the club where she won her first piece of silverware as a senior player.
Anderlecht are just one of a handful of clubs thought to be interested in acquiring Wullaert’s services. The player has stressed that her future has not yet been decided and that anything could happen, including extending her stay with current club Manchester City.
Wullaert has netted six goals in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League for Manchester City in her two years with the club. She was last on target as her side won 5-0 at Bristol City in November.