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All you need to know about the newest Golden Boy…

FACTFILE: Kabasele’s 10 Essential Facts

AFTER completing his move to the Hornets today, read more about Christian Kabasele's career so far:

1) Aged 25, Kabasele was born in Zaire on February 24, 1991. 

2) Began his football career with Belgian Second Division outfit Eupen, making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2008/09. 

3) The following season, Kabasele was part of the Eupen squad that won promotion to the Belgian Pro League.

4) During the 2010/11 campaign, Kabasele appeared only a few times for Eupen, spending most of the season on-loan at Mechelen, also of the Belgian Pro League. 

5) Kabasele then signed for Bulgarian side Ludogorets Razgrad on a three-year deal at the beginning of the 2011/12 season. In his first and only season in Bulgaria, Kabasele was an integral part of the Razgrad side that won both the Bulgarian top-flight and the Bulgarian Cup. 

6) He then returned to his first club Eupen the following season, signing a two-year contract with the Belgian Second Division side. 

7) After two successful years at Eupen, Kabasele signed for Belgian Pro League side Genk.

8) The 2015/16 season saw Kabasele play every minute for Genk, helping them to the second best defensive record in the top-flight as well as an eventual fourth-placed finish and qualification to the preliminary stages of the 2016/17 Europa League. 

9) Kabasele has represented Belgium at various age groups, including at Under-18, Under-19 and Under-21 level. 

10) Despite not yet making his full international debut, Kabasele was included in the Belgium squad for this year's European Championships in France and has been on the bench for Marc Wilmots’ side in every game so far.  

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