Club Brugge searched for a new striker all summer long, but saw various files fall into the water for various reasons. At the end of the summer mercato, the national champion was able to strike. That is how Blauw-Zwart turned out with the arrival of Roman Yaremchuk.
To bring the Ukrainian back to the Jupiler Pro League, Club Brugge smashed the national transfer record. For example, it paid a sloppy 16 million euros to SL Benfica, although that amount can rise to around 19 million euros provided bonuses. A hefty sum, but Club obviously knows his qualities very well. And Yaremchuk is familiar with the competition and the Belgian culture from his time at AA Gent.
As a result, he will normally be integrated a lot faster. Although Club still has an important asset in that regard: the presence of Eduard Sobol. “I’ve known Eduard for a long time, even before I came here,” Yaremchuk told the club’s Youtube channel. “We play together in the national team and know each other very well. He tried to help me well in the first days. I want to thank Eduard for that too, he was a big help.”
In addition to Sobol’s presence as a ‘mentor’ at his new club, Yaremchuk’s previous experiences in the Jupiler Pro League are a welcome aid in his integration. “In Belgium there are many young, talented players. The game is also much more open here and the teams have many qualities. You also feel better when you know all the fields and supporters in Belgium. I hope it can help me.”
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