By Patrick Akoto
Ghana midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi says he’s been approached by Belgian giants Club Brugge.
The future of the 21-year-old has been hugely speculated after he helped FC Nordsjælland to win their first ever League title in Denmark.
The ex-Ghana youth international has attracted a lot of interest from host of clubs in Europe with the Belgian outfit ready to pay him a reported 200,000 Euros a month.
The mouth-watering offer from the Belgian outfit could be difficult for the youngster to turn down.
“Officials of the club (Club Brugge) have been talking to me and my agent but nothing concrete has been reached yet,” Kofi said
“They are very serious about the offer and I believe I will need to take a second look at it and think through before I decide my next destination.
“I don’t know whether I will stay here or move on. It all depends on a number of factors.
Coach of Brugge Georges 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.