- Emmanuel Dennis has sealed a move to Bundesliga side FC Cologne from Club Brugge
- The 23-year-old has not been able to discover his form under coach Philippe Clement
- The Nigerian international signed a six-month loan deal with the option of making it permanent
Emmanuel Dennis has completed a move from Belgian outfit Club Brugge to Bundesliga side FC Cologne.
The 23-year-old has had troubles with Brugge's boss Philippe Clement lately making the Nigerian international forcing his way out of the club.
The Super Eagles striker signed a six-month loan deal with Cologne with the view of making the deal permanent in the summer.
Dennis has failed to score for Brugge in his nine appearances in the league this season but managed to net one goal in the Champions League.
The Rivers state born forward was disciplined for his unruly behaviour earlier in the season and was dropped for a couple of matches.
Dennis who is yet to score his first international goal for Nigeria will be hoping to help rescue Cologne from being relegated this season.
Cologne have just managed to gather 15 points from18 matches this season and are currently in16th position on the log.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Premier League side Southampton are reportedly interested in the signing of Nigerian striker Emmanuel Dennis who currently plays for Belgian topflight Club Brugge.
Emmanuel Dennis who graduated from Kwara Football Academy was impressive last season for Club Brugge in all competitions which made him to be a target for European clubs.
His impressive show against Real Madrid in the Champions League also made the fans to love him more and he has been linked with the Premier League.
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Legit.ng also reported that Emmanuel Dennis is currently mourning his elder brother Popti following a tragic boat accident in Lagos.
Popti is understood to have lost his life after his boat capsized during a boat race in the commercial city of Lagos.
He had since been buried on Tuesday, December 15, 2020, as Super eagles striker Emmanuel is expected to return to his base with Club Brugge in Belgium.