Video Profile: Norwich City transfer target Lucas Biglia
Argentine international Lucas Biglia has been at Anderlecht since 2006 after arriving from Argentine club Independiente, making 241 league appearances and scoring 11 goals.
The defensive midfielder has won three Belgian First Division/Belgian Pro League titles, the Belgian Cup in 2008, the Belgian Supercup four times and was named Belgian Professional Footballer of the Year in 2007.
The 25-year-old has been linked with teams such as Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and even Real Madrid over the summer.
The Anderlecht captain has been capped six times for Argentina and won the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship with the Under-20 squad.
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• Position: Defensive midfielder
• Born: Mercedes, Argentina (30 January, 1987)
• Height: 5ft, 10in.
• Former clubs: Argentinos Juniors, Independiente, Anderlecht
• International honours: Argentina (6 caps, 0 goals)
Argentinos Juniors (2004-05): 30 appearances, 1 goal.
Independiente (2005-06): 9 appearances, 0 goals.
Anderlecht (2006-2012): 241 appearances, 11 goals.
• Total: 280 appearances, 12 goals.