Club Brugge reach agreement with Union SG’s Nilsson

Just like two years ago, Club Brugge has pipped Union SG to the post in the final standings. In the aftermath, Brugge signed Casper Nielsen from the Parc Duden. Today, Brugge hopes to do business there again.

The Blauw and Zwart have already been very active in the transfer market with the arrivals of Ardon Jashari and Zaid Romero, while Christos Tzolis and Ngal’ayel Mukau are also on the ranks. The next step is the arrival of a top striker.

The club wants Nilsson and vice versa To replace Igor Thiago, Club is reportedly interested in Gustaf Nilsson, who scored 17 goals and provided 7 assists in 49 appearances for Union last season. This interest now seems to be mutual.

After refusing to join Gent in January, the 27-year-old Swede is reportedly interested in a move to the Jan Breydel. In addition, Nilsson has reportedly already agreed personal terms.

Gap between supply and demand A three-year contract awaits him in Westkapelle. Since he is under contract for two more years with the Brussels club, an agreement still needs to be found between the clubs.

With a difference of one and a half million between supply and demand, the gap does not seem too large. Brugge’s first offer was €4.5 million, while Union would comply with its market value by asking €6 million for the six-time international.

Union in a weak position Whether it’s Het Laatste Nieuws or Het Nieuwsblad, everyone agrees that Nilsson himself is open to a move to the rival. While waiting for a response, it therefore seems only a matter of time before the deal is done.

Written by James Oyimb

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