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Noa Lang: "The agreement with Club Brugge is that it must come in the event of a transfer" |  Jupiler Pro League

Noa Lang: “The agreement with Club Brugge is that it must come in the event of a transfer” | Jupiler Pro League

The temperature in our country is rising and the boiling point can also be approached rapidly in some Bruges transmission coils. Noa Lang (22) does not hide that he is supposed to leave Club Brugge and the Dutchman gave more details about his future at NU Sport.

Club Brugge welcomes its core for medical exams today and tomorrow, there will be a first training on Monday.

The new T1 Carl Hoefkens does not yet have his pool of international players and it is not yet clear if Noah Lang He will present himself again to the National Champion after his leave.

“If I had to report to Club Brugge again, I would do it with all my love. I love the club and would give a full 100%,” he noted. Now sports From Lang after his successful Nations League match against Wales.

There is no agreement with AC Milan or anything. I don’t know where this kind of news comes from.

Noah Lang

However, Lang has emphasized enough in recent weeks that he wants to gradually leave the Belgian competition behind.

Lang speaks clearly in the Dutch press: “The agreement with Bruges is that the transition must take place, both parties agree. I want to continue to develop and so I must take a step.”

AC Milan have been pulling Lang’s sleeve for a while, but rumors of Lang’s deal alone point to the realm of superstition.

“There is no agreement with AC Milan or anything. I don’t know where this kind of news comes from.”

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Noa Lang is contracted with Club Brugge until 2025.

“I only see the advantages of the World Cup”

Noa Lange, who will turn 23 on Friday, has been in the spotlight with the Dutch national team.

He scored against Wales on Tuesday and Lang knows his short-term plans must also take into account the World Cup at the end of this year.

“If I go to a bigger club, I will probably become a better footballer. Then I train and play at a higher intensity. I only see the benefits in the World Cup.”

Doesn’t Louis van Gaal think it’s essential that his players spend enough minutes, whether with a new employer or not?

“The national coach has given up his vision, he says himself. But then again: If I move to another club, I also want to play a lot. I have to impose it myself, whether it is at the top or at the bottom.”