Oud-Heverlee Louvain announced on Tuesday the arrival ofAndy king. The 32-year-old Welsh midfielder has signed a contract until the end of the season.
Trained in Leicester, Andy King made his debut for the Foxes in October 2007. He took part in the conquest of the historic title of Leicester in 2016 by playing 25 meetings and scoring 2 goals.
In recent seasons, he’s been on loan at Swansea, Derby County, Rangers and Huddersfield Town. King had no club since his contract at Leicester expired last July.
The midfielder has 50 appearances and two goals for the Wales national team, with whom he reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016.
OHL, promoted this season, is one of the revelations of the Pro League. After 19 days, the club led by Marc Brys occupies the sixth position with 29 points.