Faitout Maouassa Completes Club Brugge Transfer

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Club Brugge have officially signed Faitout Maouassa from French side Rennes. The former French U21 international joins the Belgian giants on a four-year contract that will see him at the club until June 2025. The exact transfer fee involved in the deal in the deal is undisclosed.

Club Brugge Sign Faitout Maouassa

Faitout Maouassa to Provide Quality and Depth on the Left

Maouassa joins Club Brugge to provide depth on the Belgian team’s left-wing. Primarily a left-back, the versatile Frenchman is capable of playing in any position on the left side.

Maoaussa’s future at Rennes has always been in doubt this season. He was in the final year of his contract and the French side were keen on moving Maouassa this summer rather than losing him on a free transfer.

He started his journey in the lower leagues of French football before joining Nancy’s academy in 2013. Maouassa made his debut for the reserves squad in 2015 after graduating from the youth academy. The 23-year-old made his professional debut a year later in Ligue 2.

The Frenchman made 24 appearances and scored four goals in two seasons with the club. Maouassa’s impressive performances saw him move to Rennes in 2017. After starting out in the reserve team, the Frenchman established himself as an important rotation player. Maouassa spent three seasons with Rennes, making 80 appearances and scoring three goals.

A Busy Deadline Day for Club Brugge

It has been a busy day for Club Brugge today. The Belgian giants have already announced the signing of four players, including Faitout Maouassa, this deadline day. Defender Jack Hendry has officially moved to Brugge on a four-season contract from KV Oostende. Promising young talent Antonio Nusa also completed his move to Brugge from Norwegian side Stabaek. The Belgian side are also likely to sign former player Jose Izquierdo, who is in Brugge recovering from injuries.


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