Club Brugge has started its campaign in the Champions League well, with 4 points from its first 2 group matches, the national champion continues to have a view of the next round. And of course, those good performances do not go unnoticed. A number of players could already place themselves in the spotlight of foreign clubs.
Some of the strongholds also hope to decorate the step to a larger competition through their performance in the Champions Ball. This is also the case with Emmanuel Dennis, who, as is known, has been looking for a transfer to a top competition for a while. In the last mercato the interest did not become concrete, but his name is still on the lists of various teams. Also reportedly at Everton FC. So states Liverpool Echo via Media Referee that the Toffee’s still have a crush on the Nigerian attacker.
At the beginning of this calendar year, Dennis was also linked to a switch to Goodison Park, but that transition did not materialize. Still, the current Premier League co-leader would continue to follow him. Everton has had an excellent start to the season and currently shares the lead with fellow city rivals Liverpool FC. If coach Carlo Ancelotti’s team can seize a European ticket in this year, a quality injection will undoubtedly follow next summer. And then Dennis could become one of the targets, although he will have to confirm with Club in the coming months.
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