Newcastle Launch Bid For £25m-rated S/Eagles Forward Dennis

January 9, 2020
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Newcastle United have bidded for Club Brugge £25million-rated Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Dennis as they hunt for a new striker.

Chelsea French striker Olivier Giroud and Krzysztof Piatek have been touted as potential arrivals this month as Steve Bruce looks to revamp his misfiring attack.

A run of three goals in six games marks a downturn in form after the under-pressure manager had crafted a strong start to life at St James’ Park.

Summer signing Joelinton, a £40m purchase, has failed to hit the ground running while Andy Carroll and Dwight Gayle provide underwhelming back-up.

And according to French Eurosport, Newcastle has launched a bid for 22-year-old Dennis.

The Nigerian international signed for Club Brugge from Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk in 2017 and made his mark in this year’s Champions League group stage.

He bagged a brace in a famous 2-2 draw against Spanish giants Real Madrid in this season’s UEFA Champions League.

He has netted eight goals and provided two asists in 26 appearances in all competitions for Club Brugge this season.

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