Ghana's No. 1

Club Brugge ready to break bank for Enoch Adu Kofi

Published on: 26 May 2012

By Patrick Akoto

Belgian giants Club Brugge have tabled a bumper offer to lure in-form Ghana international Enoch Adu Kofi.

Reports in Belgium claim the club will be willing to pay the youngster a staggering 200,000 Euros a month.

The 21-year-old has become a hot cake after churning out impressive performances for Danish top-flight side FC Nordsjælland.

The former OGC Nice enforcer played a key role in Nordsjælland’s historic League triumph and has since emerged a target for host of clubs.

Coach of Brugge George Leekens is believed to be a huge admirer of the player and has watched him on a number of occasions.

The Danish champions are also considering whether to cash in on the Sporting Lisbon target or tie him to a new deal.

Brugge will also play in the preliminary stage of the Uefa Champions League next season after placing second behind Anderlecht.

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