CM: Lang’s interviews could see Faivre saga repeated – the latest on Milan’s interest

By Oliver Fisher -

With each day that passes there seems to be an update on the rumours linking Noa Lang with a move from Club Brugge to AC Milan.

The one constant is that Lang does not stop talking about his future and his latest comments came during an interview with newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws while away with the Dutch national team during which the winger confirms his desire to go a step beyond Club Brugge but also denying the presence of an agreement with Milan.

“For now there is no agreement with Milan or other clubs. I don’t know where this news comes from. The agreement with Brugge is that if an offer arrives I will be able to say goodbye and we all agree on this, but it is by no means certain that that match against Anderlecht was my last,” he said (via

“As long as I am under contract, and there is nothing concrete about my farewell, I will never refuse to play for the club. They don’t deserve it. Plus, for the same money, everything will explode in August. Like last year. If I have to stay at Brugge again, I will do it with all my love. I love the club and I will always give 100%.”

The report goes on to state that the repeated public declarations from the 22-year-old do not help Milan in managing contacts with the Belgian club, and it is akin to the Romain Faivre situation whereby the volatility of such comments in the media leads to the negotiation stalling and collapsing.

Talks are ongoing between the parties through the work of agents but there is still no official proposal presented by the Rossoneri who highly esteem the player’s qualities, but are currently thinking of other priorities.

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  1. What a lie. Not even similar to Faivre, you don’t remember what he said? He said how much his value is, and that Milan made the offer, how much the offer was and more details. Lang said he doesn’t know where the news come from and he is willing to give everything even if he stays + more. Couldn’t be more opposite to that interview. 😀

    1. Indeed! He might sound cocky or whatever at times (not deal breaker for me btw) but he didn’t do anything like Favre. He even stated that he has no problem to stay (which is already quite generous when the news repeatedly link him with much bigger clubs).

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