- Emmanuel Dennis is now on the verge of leaving Belgian side Club Brugge
- This was confirmed by his club's manager Philippe Clement
- Super Eagles striker Emmanuel Dennis is being wanted by EPL giants Arsenal
Philippe Clement who is the manager of Belgian side Club Brugge has stated that Nigerian striker Emmanuel Dennis could be leaving the club this summer with Premier League sides interested.
This latest development will come as a great one for Premier League side Arsenal who have shown interest in the Super Eagles star.
There have been rumors surrounding the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette at Arsenal in which the Gabonese striker has been linked with a move away.
According to the report on Daily Star UK, Arsenal gaffer Mikel Arteta is planning to overhaul his team this summer and has identified Emmnuel Dennis as one of his targets.
Last season, Emmanuel Dennis was linked with a move away from Club Brugge, but the side managed to convince him to stay and signed a new contract.
Dennis' current contract at CluB Brugge will expire in the next two years and he may not wait till then before he leaves.
"It is very likely that Dennis will leave. He can also count on a lot of interest. It is the time for him to take a new step,'' Philippe Clement told La Derniere Heure.
Meanwhile, Emmanuel Dennis has netted nine goals this season for Club Brugge including a brace against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Nigerian goalkeeper Ike Shorunmu challenged Chinedu Obasi to come out with evidence to back his claims that he was asked to pay money to go to 2014 World Cup.
Chinedu Obasi recently made a shocking revelation alleging that Super Eagles technical crew under Stephen Keshi demanded a bribe from him to be in the 2014 World Cup squad.
Nigerians have been wondering ever since Obasi came up with the allegation with many also questioning him on how genuine his claim is on late Keshi and his assistants.
Late Stephen Keshi took the Super Eagles to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil where Nigeria got to the second round before they were sent out.
Ike Shorunmu who was among Keshi's assistants at the World Cup has now rubbished Chinedu Obasi's claim adding that the player should have talked when Keshi was alive.
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