Amine Khammas and Genk, it’s over. The 21-year-old Belgian-Moroccan left-back has signed a three-year contract with an option of an additional year at the Freethiel. Amine Khammas is leaving Racing Genk where he has completed a large part of his classes but few opportunities to stand out in Limburg. He had played his first Pro League matches in the 2017-2018 season, he was subsequently loaned to Den Bosch and Lommel.

At 21, the winger has set himself a new challenge in Waasland.

Trained at the JMG Academy of LIerse in Belgium, Amine hopes to find stability in Waasland-Beveren and wants to finally win in the Jupiler Pro League. Amine Khammas arrived at Genk in the summer of 2015, in 2017, he already celebrated his debut in the first team, but he never started and has only played 15 games for Racing de Genk. In recent years, it has been loaned to Den Bosch and then to Lommel.

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