Arsenal FC ready to sign the 22-year-old
Nigeria prolific striker
By Timasports | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Emmanuel Dennis was nowhere to be seen as Club Brugge got their pre-campaign preparations underway with the report claimed that Arsenal FC, Everton FC and Southampton FC target closing in on a switch away from the Belgian outfit.
The 22-year-old Nigerian centre-forward has been linked with almost every team in the English Premier League after shining on the biggest of stages across 2019/2020 campaign, netting twice away at the Santiago Bernabeu in the UEFA Champions League before placing an inch-perfect ball into Manchester United FC net in February.
“There is no lack of interest in the Club Brugge , the club boss, Philippe Clement said last week. And with Nigerian prolific striker conspicuous by his absence during a weekend game against Gent, it looks like the clinical centre-forward has played his final match at Club Brugge. “The English Premier League is where there is many rooms for the fast and smart attackers it is the perfect destination.”
Emmanuel Dennis have been superb for Club Brugge scoring 9 goals and providing 2 assists in 36 appearances across all competitions in just concluded season.
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