Racing Genk has announced that Amine Khammas will get more game time experience with the Dutch second division FC Den Bosch.

The 19-year-old Khammas joined Genk in the summer of 2015, from the Jean-Marc Guillou Academy in Tongerlo. Last summer he made his debut in the first team of the Limburgers. In total he would play 15 times for Genk.

He hopes to make more minutes at Den Bosch. “I am glad that I made the switch to FC Den Bosch”, he said on the website of the Dutch second division. “FC Den Bosch is a club that has started up the road and I like to contribute to that. The first days in Stadion De Vliert went well. I was well received by my new teammates and I am looking forward to be able to make my first minutes for FC Den Bosch. ”

FC Den Bosch finished in the First Division last year eleventh in the standings. After two match days in the new season, the blue shirts gained three points. The team was recently taken over by Kachi Jordania, a Georgian and son of former Vitesse owner Merab Jordania

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