He already knew and tasted the Pro League before coming down to gain experience in the Dutch lower divisions. Then he graduated in the Proximus League.
He has the future ahead of him, at only 21 years old, the academician trained at the JMG academy in Lierse in Belgium already has some experience. Amine Khamma knew how to start his professional career at the age of 18 with Racing Genk, where he had participated in 13 matches and even started at the start of the 2017-2018 season, following the arrival of trainer Philippe Clement he had less than game time.
In his first season with the A core of Genk, Amine Khammas had taken part in 13 Pro League games, but he could not convince Philippe Clement: “I have made significant progress since then”, he insists.
He now wants to win and play in D1 JUPITER PRO LEAGUE or elsewhere “I have become stronger and I now have about 60 games in my legs. I feel ready for the future, ”said the Belgian-Moroccan, who played with Den Bosch last season and at Lommel for the last season.
“I want to play in D1A next season. I’m only 21 years old, but I’ve got no time to waste, ”he tells us. It remains to be seen in which club? “At the moment, it’s not very clear. I have already spoken with the management of Genk, but I have not yet spoken with Hannes Wolf “, replies Amine Khammas.
But other clubs are said to be ready to welcome him. “I had contact with three or four teams. And a club in the Jupiter Pro League made a concrete proposal to me. We will see what it will give “, concludes the side who participated in 20 meetings of the Proximus league with Lommel this season will see what it will give”, concludes the side who has participated in 20 meetings of the Proximus league with Lommel this season .