“Nusa normally stays at least until June, that’s what he wants”: Ronny Deila reassures Club fans after interest from the Premier League

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Should I stay or should I go now? According to Ronny Deila it will be the former. Tottenham and other Premier League clubs want to sign Antonio Nusa (18), but there is a good chance that the young Norwegian will simply finish the season at Club Brugge. Even if a transfer happens this winter. “He normally stays until at least June.”

Charleroi away, always difficult. Ronny Deila knows that too. On Saturday, Club Brugge will be looking for a fourteenth match in a row without a defeat at Mambourg. “Playing there is completely different from fighting them in our stadium,” says Deila. “The figures also show that. They are a good team and we will have to be ready. It will be a real battle.”

Gone this summer

True, but that was a side issue during the Norwegian coach’s press chat on Thursday. We especially wanted to know what the situation of his young compatriot Antonio Nusa was. Tottenham is pulling on his sleeve and there is talk, but other English teams also see potential in the wing attacker. The asking price: at least 30 million euros. “Nusa is doing well,” Deila grinned. “And it will be interesting to see if anything moves around him in the coming days. But again: these things are happening above my head.”

Transfer or not: that won’t change much for Club Brugge this season. According to Deila, there is a good chance that Nusa will simply finish the season in Jan Breydel. The fans will be happy to hear it. “I think it is very important for his personal development that he stays here for another six months,” says Deila. “We want that, but that is also his personal wish. So I don’t see him leaving this winter. He will more than likely move to a new team next summer. But normally he stays until June.”

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Long gone

A Nusa in top form – not always the case this season – is a huge weapon in the search for a prize for Club. Last summer the Norwegian suffered a dip in form when a transfer to Chelsea for 30 million euros did not take place. “He handles the situation well,” Deila nods. “For such a young guy: congratulations. Of course, it is not easy to combine such a decision with performance on the field. But I see he is focused.”

Blue and black can benefit from it. Because it still wants to have a say in the title debate. It is annoying: the decent Union keeps winning, even though Club itself hardly makes any mistakes. “Is that frustrating? We look at it game by game,” Deila shrugged. “We stay in our flow and look at what our competitors are doing. If Union continues to win, they will have done fantastically. But there is still a long way to go this season.”

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