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"Club Brugge participates in the giant JPL battle"

“Club Brugge participates in the giant JPL battle”

The winter Mercato is approaching, so Jupiler Professional League clubs are preparing their transfer plans. This is also the case at Club Brugge. For the defensive boost, Blauw-Zwart will already be competing with some Belgian rivals.

After finishing only fourth in the league last season, Blau Zwart have already seen an active transfer window over the summer. The people of Bruges bid farewell to some powerful figures such as Noah Lange, Clinton Mata, and Mats Ritz. In addition, the club’s coffers were boosted by the sale of Abacar Sylla and Jack Hendry, among others.

On the other hand, the club itself also had several acquisitions. But at present this does not seem to be enough to achieve the ambitions. The European and cup campaign has been impressive so far, but with a provisional seventh place finish, the club are simply underperforming in their own country.

Ghanaian talent

Moreover, the summer acquisitions did not provide the desired return at all. Thus the West Flemish plans to make adjustments in January. Especially in defense. Despite the departure of Mata and Sela, among others, the club failed to strengthen its defense during the summer Mercato. They want to correct this in January.

Various options are being pursued to provide the defense with additional manpower. Swedish Live football For example, drop the name Nathaniel Adjei. The Ghanaian has made a big impression in recent months with Swedish club Hammarby. Moreover, at 21 years old, he still has a lot of room to grow.

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Big game at JPL

Although the club seems to have a good budget, it will not be easy to get Adjei. So the competition is very fierce. Not least from our country. Standard and Anderlecht have previously been linked with the Ghanaian. The above method also adds the names AA Gent and KRC Genk. In addition, Leeds United will also pull up their sleeve. So it promises to be a tough battle for his signature.