Club Brugge on the edge of the seat: 15 million deal

Club Brugge on the edge of the seat: 15 million deal
Club Brugge on the edge of the seat: 15 million deal

Club Brugge wants to close an exciting deal with promising Argentinian striker Luca Langoni from Boca Juniors. Known for his lightning speed and goal-setting, Langoni is considered a nightmare for defenders.

Although Boca Juniors are reluctant to let him go, Club Brugge strongly believes in his potential to strengthen the attack. With his comparison to Carlos Tevez by scout Ramón Maddoni, Langoni looks set to make his mark on European football. :

His buyout clause amounts to 15 million euros.

Club Brugge is going wild on the Argentinian player market

Club Brugge is getting serious about strengthening its squad with South American players. After advanced talks with Zaid Romero of Estudiantes, the blue and black have now also set their sights on Ayrton Costa of Independiente and Luca Langoni of Boca Juniors.

These three players are competing to become the first Argentinian in the rich history of the blue-black club.

It is clear that Club Brugge is increasingly exploring the Argentine talent market, and that is no coincidence. Dévy Rigaux, the new Director of Football, has worked closely in recent years on the South American player market.

His experience, expertise, language skills and extensive network in this region enable him to act as the perfect bridge builder between players and clubs. Now, in his role as Director of Football, he makes optimal use of his contacts and knowledge.

Boca does not want to let Lango go: release clause of 15 million euros

This summer could see a period of big change for Club Brugge, with possible outgoing transfers of Antonio Nusa, Andreas Skov Olsen and Ferran Jutgla on the horizon.

As a result, the club is focusing on reinforcements for the attacking flanks, and one name that pops up is that of Luca Langoni.

Langoni is a versatile attacker who can play in a variety of positions up front, but his natural habitat is the right flank. In January, several European clubs were already interested in Langoni, including Fulham FC, OGC Nice, SL Benfica and Rangers FC.

Although he mainly acts as a substitute at Boca Juniors this season, the Argentinian top club strongly believes in the potential of its youth product.

It is suggested that Boca Juniors have no intention of letting Langoni go, especially given his contract runs until December 2027 and includes a €15 million release clause.

Langoni is the nightmare of many defenders: “Reminiscent of Carlos Tevez”

Luca Langoni is a striking talent, best known for his lightning speed and natural goal-orientedness. His impressive dribbling and precise passing make him a nightmare for defenders in the final third of the pitch.

Despite his height of 1.75 meters, Langoni is surprisingly strong on the ball and difficult to get rid of in physical duels. His confidence and technical skills make him one of the most exciting players in La Liga at the moment.

Although he has the potential to be a regular at Boca Juniors, he was hampered by a series of no fewer than five muscle injuries last season. Nevertheless, his playing style continues to impress.

Ramón Maddoni, the scout who discovered Langoni, even compared his playing style to that of Carlos Tevez. “When I saw him score two goals, it reminded me of ‘Carlitos’ Tévez, because of the way he hit the ball.”

The article is in Dutch

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