Belgian First Division A outfit Club Brugge will call it time with Nigerian international Emmanuel Dennis who seems to be outside the club’s needed list of players.
A poor run of form saw a more frustrated Club Brugge side loan out the attacker to german Bundesliga struggling side FC Koln in a bid to revive his career.
But this could be out of the card for Dennis. In our earlier report, Emmanuel Dennis was dropped by FC Koln manager for hitting the club’s Camp ahead of the Bundesliga survival clash with Mainz 05.
Although this had already been resolved. However, his return to Club Brugge in a bid to fight for his place had already taken a new twist with the club’s desire to continue with him anymore.
But what’s going wrong with the once big European target?
It has been a turbulent season so far for a promising attacker like Dennis, who was at some point linked with a move to Premier League side Arsenal and a host of clubs.
In the 2020/2021 season, he completely lost from the surface.
The high point in his career recently
One of the high points that shot Dennis career to the world was his brilliance over the two legs as Club Brugge took on Spanish giants Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League, forcing the Champions League record Champions to a two-all draw.
During the last campaign, he scored five goals in 20 appearances and was a full member of the first team.
Moving to FC Cologne, Dennis have failed to hit the back of the net in all Bundesliga appearances.
The only time he managed to find the back of the net was during a DFB Pokal game.
In all, the 2020/2021 season has been disastrous for the one time arsenal target who series of headlines across major European Media outlets.
The plan for Emmanuel Dennis at Club Brugge
As things stand currently, the Nigerian attacker only has a year left in his contract with the club. But with his dismal performance lately, there are no intentions of keeping him beyond his current contract.
Joining from FK Zorya Luhansk in 2017, Dennis scored 19 goals in 76 appearances for Club Brugge in four seasons he’d spent at the club.
The beginning of the summer transfer window would mean an exit for the Nigerian.