Mfulu, seventh incorporation of UD Las Palmas

The Congolese arrived on Tuesday on the island after having reached an agreement for the next two seasons with the island team.

The transferring machinery is still running and Omenuke Mfulu is already a new Las Palmas footballer after having negotiated a contract between both parties for the two coming years. In this way, Pepe Mel, who has demanded so much a reinforcement for the position of defensive midfielder, already has the piece he needed with less than two weeks to start the league.

The 27-year-old footballer arrives free once his relationship with Elche CF has ended and will reinforce a position that had been left orphaned after the departure of Javi Castellano. Thus, with a new defensive pivot, which defines the UD for being "physically strong, who stands out for his good aerial game and his field work in defensive tasks", Las Palmas would only have to reinforce the center of the rear and, perhaps, some more forward or the left side.

The Congolese, international for his country, was trained in the lower categories of Lille. After passing through Stade Reims and Red Star FC, both from the French league, he arrived at Elche CF in the 2019/20 season, achieving promotion to the First Division and certifying the permanence of the Alicante team last season. Mfulu signed 22 matches in the First Division last year and accumulated 874 minutes of play. His international debut in the Democratic Republic of the Congo took place on October 9, 2020 in the match against Burkina Faso, as explained by Las Palmas in a statement of its acquisition.Thus, the player will arrive on the island tomorrow, undergo the medical examination and be presented to the media.

With this signing, the yellow players add seven incorporations, since Raúl Navas, Unai Veiga, Erick Ferigra, Pinchi, Peñaranda and Sadiku arrived first, but it will not take long for more footballers to reach the cause of Pepe Mel.

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