Ipswich Town have had a high turnover of players over recent years as they look to win promotion back to the Championship.
One player who left the Tractor Boys in 2018 was Kevin Bru, which ended his four-year stay at Portman Road. In truth, most would’ve agreed it was the right time for the midfielder to move on, as he had struggled to make a serious impact on the team in that final season.
The switch would take Bru to Cyprus, where he joined up with Apollon Limassol, who play in the top-flight.
And, it’s a move that worked, as he scored four goals in 17 league games for the side, who would finish second in the table and qualified for the Europa League as a result.
Despite that, Bru would be on the move after that first year, as he joined Dinamo București. His time in Romania would not go to plan, with the 32-year-old released after a matter of months.
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A nine month spell without a club would be ended by Bru deciding to return to France, as he linked up with US Créteil-Lusitanos, who are based on the outskirts of Paris, where the midfielder was born.
Créteil are a third division side in France, with the team currently struggling near the bottom of the table and Bru will be hoping to play an important role to help the team in the coming months.
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