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Dennis Open To Club Brugge Exit

Dennis Open  To Club Brugge Exit

Nigeria forward Emmnauel Dennis is open to leaving Belgian Pro League champions Club Brugge this summer, reports Completesports.com.

Dennis has been linked with a move away from the Jan Breydel Stadium following another impressive campaign with the club.

The 22-year-old scored nine goals in 31 appearances for Philippe Clement’s men last season , including a brace in the Champions League clash against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu and the Europa League home clash versus Manchester United.

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“I like challenges. I’ve been here for three years. My focus right now is I have one more game this season – the Cup Final – which I want to win, that’s really important to me, “Dennis told Sky Sports News.

“After then, we’ll see what happens, you never know.”

Dennis joined Brugge from Ukrainian club Zorya Luhansk in 2017.

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  • PapaFem 4 years ago

    I still strongly feel this guy isn’t ready for for EPL yet. A place like Ligue 1 will really help his development. Just imagine if Osinhen had gone to Englabd. Not sure he would be where he is today. Whichever way, I wish him all the best.

    • GLORY 4 years ago

      It depends on the EPL club, as for me, only Arsenal will suit him, as they will sure give him game time cos he’s got the quality. But if I must advice, Dortmund/ any of the top three french teams will be best for him.

  • go to arsenal

  • greenturf 4 years ago

    Nigerian super eagles players are good enough to play for any top European club.
    What is more important is to take your chances when they come.Any player who can make this current super eagles squad for friendlies or tournament can as well succeed in top European teams.
    I believe it’s high time our boys raised their level by featuring for the best clubs in Europe which will give them confidence to play top teams in the world cup without having complex problem.And the time is now.When Dennis signs next is Ndidi to Psg,Osimhen to Chelsea and this will propel others too to follow suit.

    • The best comment so far today I support it….the really need to play in bigger clubs

    • Dr. Drey 4 years ago

      I dont have a problem with our players raising their levels to play for top clubs, but an average of 9 goals per season for the past 3 seasons in “Belgian league” (no disrespect to the Belgian league) and 19 minutes of international football and you think the EPL should be the next destination…?

      I wish him well in his future endeavors. But he should learn from where others failed.

      • greenturf 4 years ago

        I understand your well- documented fact on Emmanuel Dennis Bonaventure which you have clearly stated on your post.
        However,Dennis has never being a regular goalscorer and i’m sure those who are interested in his services knows this stats as well as you do,yet their interests are unwavering to show how well he’s regarded.
        Also he is a player who can play anywhere in the front three so what he lacks in goal scoring he makes up with his intelligence,trickery and flair.
        Mind you a young skilful player like Dennis will learn from better players and you never know could add a bit of goals in his development,besides some succeeds where others have failed.

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