Emmanuel Dennis is in a dip in form and is also too far off the field, Michael Krmencik fell through the basket against Dortmund and Youssouph Badji is still too young to bear the weight of the attack. It therefore looks like Club Brugge will still be looking for a new striker in January. Although.
Even before the Champions League game in Germany, the discussion started on Monday Extra Time already conducted, Krmencik’s weak performance in the Signal Iduna Park only increases the call for a more efficient and simply better spearhead. The question is more acute whether Blauw-Zwart would like to spend a lot of millions again in January, especially since that same strategy with Kmrencik last year did not work out well for the time being.
Peter Vandenbempt has already built in some reservations, because from a conversation with Philippe Clement he deduced that the Bruges coach himself does not have too high expectations. “I asked him what was at the top of his wish list in January, and he said, ‘Yes, of course a striker, but there is also COVID,” said the analyst / commentator. For the winter transfer period, the fans of the national champions may therefore already be able to cross over a new goal getter.
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