Andreas Skov Olsen, a top player for Club Brugge, “should play for Tottenham” since he is too talented to be playing in Belgium.
Paul Okon, a legend of Brugge, says the winger should consider his alternatives and possibly pursue a move to Tottenham.
With 17 goals and five assists in 31 appearances across all competitions, Olsen has been in excellent form for the Belgian team thus far this season.
Compared to last season, when he only managed nine goals and seven assists in thirty games across all competitions for the club, those stats represent a significant improvement.
since expected, this has raised concerns about his future, since suitors will probably come calling during this window and again in the summer if he keeps up his current performance level.
The 24-year-old is already well-liked in the Premier League; Burnley expressed interest in him during the summer transfer window, and Tottenham was frequently mentioned during the January transfer window of the previous year.
It’s unclear if they are still involved, but as they continue to reassemble the team in preparation for Ange Postecoglou, he is probably a player on their radar.
Okon, who feels Olsen is too good to be playing for his old club and should be at Tottenham, would definitely like to see that happen.
He told Het Laatste Nieuws, “Andreas… Andreas should never play for Club Brugge.”
And I don’t say that to belittle Club in any way. Skov Olsen is one of Europe’s best football players.
“Andreas is so good that he should play for Tottenham, under their Australian coach Postecoglou.” You must inquire as to why he continues to play in Belgium.