Club Brugge is in a bit of a pickle as they aim to strengthen their midfield, but it looks like they will have to shift their focus to another player. PSV seems to be beating the Bruges team to the punch.

Club Brugge had their eye on Ryan Flamingo from FC Utrecht. However, they will need to act quickly, or else PSV will snatch up the 21-year-old Dutch midfielder. PSV is reportedly willing to pay between six and seven million for him, according to the Eindhovens Dagblad.

Flamingo had a fantastic season playing on loan at FC Utrecht from Italian club Sassuolo. He had an impressive season with two goals and one assist in 32 games as a defensive midfielder. This is a position that Club Brugge needs to strengthen following the departure of Denis Odoi.

No matter where Flamingo ends up, FC Utrecht is coming out on top. They had already exercised their option to buy Flamingo for €2,750,000, making him a permanent player as of July 1st. If they decide to sell him, they will make a significant profit. And if he stays, FC Utrecht will have a promising young player adding value to their squad.

So, Club Brugge will need to act fast if they want to secure Flamingo for their team. Otherwise, PSV will walk away with a talented midfielder that could have strengthened Brugge’s midfield. It’s a tough situation for the Belgian club, but in football, timing is everything. Let’s see how this transfer saga unfolds and whether Club Brugge can find another player to fill the gap in their midfield.