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“Club Brugge makes a decision: the defending champion will leave”

“Club Brugge makes a decision: the defending champion will leave”

These are busy days for Club Brugge's new sporting management. After all, a search is currently underway for a new 'manager' and coach for next season. Meanwhile, preparations are also being made for the upcoming summer Mercato.

Blauw-Zwart faces a crossroads after the season. After years of loyal service, CEO Vincent Manert, who also took over the sporting leadership, has finally bid farewell. However, the mathematical tasks will be divided between three people.

The club is currently looking for a 'Technical Director' to look after the first team. Martin Dedobelaire, as 'Sporting Director', will handle the practical side. Transfer policy rests largely in the hands of the 'Director of Football', Davy Rego.

New controller

So the latter will have some busy months ahead of them. Because once the new T1 is secured, the residents of Bruges will have to start making their transportation plans. His first incoming conversion is already a reality. The club announced the arrival of Ardun Gashari on Wednesday.

The Swiss midfielder was purchased from FC Luzern for around €6 million. Certainly, Jashari was recruited with the intention of making him a permanent starter. However, this is not without consequences for other players.

Onyedika out

So reports latest news That Rafael Onyedika is on his way out. The Nigerian international was signed from FC Midtjylland in the summer of 2022 for a fee of around €10 million. His start at Brugge has been promising too, including great things in the Champions League. But a major setback followed, partly due to injuries.

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This year, Onyedeka has also swapped good moments for bad. Former coach Ronnie Deila was reportedly not entirely convinced. However, he has always started in the starting lineup in recent matches. Moreover, according to HLN There is still huge interest in the Nigerian, making it almost certain that he will leave in the summer, according to the centre. Let's wait and see how much Club Brugge can earn from him.