May 27, 2024

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“Club Brugge is busy with summer transfers: three on their way back”

“Club Brugge is busy with summer transfers: three on their way back”

These are busy days for Club Brugge's new sporting management. After all, the search is currently underway for a new coach for next season. In the meantime, there is no doubt that the next summer Mercato is in the works.

Blauw-Zwart faces a crossroads after the season. After years of loyal service, CEO Vincent Manert, who also took over the sporting leadership, has finally bid farewell. This task package will be divided between three people.

The club is currently looking for a 'Technical Director' to look after the first team. Martin Dedobelaire, as 'Sporting Director', will handle the practical side. Transfer policy rests largely in the hands of the 'Director of Football', Davy Rego.

Turbulent summer market

So the latter will have some busy months ahead of them. Because once the new T1 is secured, the residents of Bruges will have to start making their transportation plans. After all, the extra reinforcement is welcome. In addition, some strong players are at risk of leaving and need to be replaced.

More issues will be put on the table. Usually six mercenaries return. For boys like Kamal Souah (Standard), Roman Yaremchuk (Valencia) and Vitot Mawasa (Granda), a permanent solution will likely have to be sought elsewhere.

Three products for young people

But youth products Romeo Firmant (KVC Westerlo), Cisse Sandra (Excelsior Rotterdam) and Lynnt Audoor (KV Kortrijk) also usually return to their original club. A decision will then have to be made about their future in consultation with the new coach. Firmant has done a more than decent job scoring 2 goals and 2 assists in 7 matches so far on behalf of Westerlo. Can he compete for the striker position after the departure of Igor Thiago?

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Sandra, in turn, was usually in the starting lineup at Excelsior. It will be interesting to see how he develops in the Netherlands during the pre-season. Only Odor couldn't convince, partly due to injuries. For him, a new opportunity at the club seems unlikely at the moment, although a lot could still happen in the coming months.