Over the past few days, multiple reports in Belgium have discussed Club Brugge’s interest in Tottenham Hotspur’s Victor Wanyama.
On August 23rd, Het Belang van Limburg explained the two clubs have agreed a deal for the midfielder and the Jupiler Pro League side need to sort out personal terms with the 28-year-old.
Het Laatste Nieuws stated otherwise and stressed there was no agreement between clubs or the player for a transfer and explained the deal wasn’t as close as reported elsewhere.
HLN now adds to the story as they claim Brugge are making ‘steady progress’ in their efforts to sign the former Southampton man.
The Kenya international has so far not given his consent for the move and his entourage is also evaluating offers from other clubs. The report further states, ‘in Wanyama’s case, they say that his transfer to Club Brugge is arranged at 70%’.
Wanyama has struggled with injuries in the past two years and lost a place in the north London club’s starting XI. Mauricio Pochettino was critical about his player during the pre-match press conference for the Newcastle United clash.
Pochettino’s comments make it clear that Wanyama’s future at Tottenham remains uncertain.