Emmanuel Dennis was nowhere to be seen as Club Brugge got their preseason preparations underway with the reported Arsenal, Everton and Southampton target closing in on a move away from the Belgian giants, according to Nieuwsblad.
Jonathan David is not the only highly-rated forward on his way out of the Jupiler League this summer. While the Canadian goal machine appears to have one foot in Lille’s camp after a stunning season at Gent, rivals Brugge also-look set to lose a talismanic attackingg presence.
Nigeria international Dennis has been linked with many clubs in England after shining on the biggest of stages across 2019/20, scoring twice away at Real Madrid in the Champions League before angling an inch-perfect lob into Manchester United’s net in February.
Walfoot in March suggested that Brugge could listen to offers of around £23 million. Dennis had been identified as a potential replacement for the seemingly irreplaceable Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at Arsenal.
And with Dennis conspicuous by his absence during a weekend clash between Club Brugge and Gent, it seems inevitable that the speedy striker has played his final game in blue and black.
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