June 12, 2024

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Thiago’s successor responds to Club Brugge’s interest

Thiago’s successor responds to Club Brugge’s interest

Victory Day is Sunday at Jan Breidel, where Club Brugge could be crowned national champions if they draw with Cercle. So fans are saying goodbye to Igor Thiago, who will move to Brentford after the season. And so Blauw-Zwart has to look for a new number nine.

After the win over Anderlecht, Nicky Hain will also be hoping to successfully finish the Brugge derby without the spearhead, but there is no doubt that Thiago will leave a huge void at the point after that. In addition to his goals, the Brazilian bear was a valuable support for the team.

Thiago’s successor

Regardless of the plans with Ferran Gutgla or Roman Yaremchuk and Romeu Firmante on loan, a new striker will soon be at the top of football director Davy Rijo’s wish list. In this regard, some names have already been circulating in the rumor mill in recent months.

One of them is Etiosa Ighodaro, the 22-year-old Nigerian who has been loaned out by South African side Mamelodi Sundowns in recent years. This season, he scored eight goals in 33 matches for SuperSport United, who have already announced that he will not be coaching permanently.

Igodaro to the club?

In an interview with local media Far corner Igodaro has now been asked about his future plans, with Club Brugge explicitly discussed. “If there is interest, the club must put a proposal on the table,” says the left-footer, as there is certainly no concrete offer yet.

He added: “There are a lot of rumors circulating, but when the club is really serious, you notice it quickly. Then it doesn’t stop at the rumors and the headlines, but they make a move.” So we will have to wait and see if Klopp will work on Igodaro, whose market value is estimated at only €750,000.

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