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Wolves Set To Sign Dennis From Club Brugge

Wolves Set To Sign Dennis From Club Brugge

Wolverhampton Wanderers have moved ahead of Arsenal and a host of other Premier League rivals in the race to sign Emmnauel Dennis from Club Brugge , according to a report.

The 22-year-old has attracted the attention of a number of European clubs as a result of his form in 2019-20, scoring nine goals across all competitions, including a brace against Real Madrid in the Champions League.

Wolves are understood to be in the market for attacking reinforcements in order to provide more back-up for Raul Jimenez, who has made 44 appearances across all competitions this season.

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Patrick Cutrone was signed by the club last summer but left on loan for Fiorentina just six months later, and Eurosport claim that Dennis has now emerged as a possible target for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.

However, the Midlands outfit are expected to face competition for the Nigerian’s signature, with Arsenal, Everton, Newcastle United and Leicester City among the other clubs rumoured to be interested.

Dennis has directly contributed to 11 goals in 33 appearances this term, including five in Brugge’s title-winning campaign.

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  • To Wolves and the English Premier League to do what? Go out again on loan? It does not make sense to go from a club where you are in control of your contract to one where you will be loaned out at the whim of the club.

    Dennis is not eligible to play in England on work permit grounds. Far better for him to go to a country where he is eligible to play and in control of whom he plays for. France, Germany are his best bet. Going to England will be very bad for his career and bad for Nigeria

  • Francesco 4 years ago

    If Wolves is able to pay the more than 15million pounds in transfer fees for him, definitely his work permit would be approved..

    • They will have to pay upwards of £25-27m (upper75% of transfer fees in EPL) AND smash their wage structure as hell need upper 75% of wages as well.
      Given that their highest earner is in £50k, and they haven’t spent more than £10m on their most expensive signing, I’m afraid “it ain’t happening”.

      • The need to pay 15pounds not 25Ibs for home to get to look, his much did Man city you think pay for Iheanacho

  • Club brugge said they are not selling Dennis for less than 20million euros which is enough to get a work permit in england….ndidi got his with around that same amount so its not an issue guys

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