Club Brugge announced earlier today that they have terminated the contract of Ivan Trichkovski, making him a free agent.
The 27-year-old Trichkovski is now free to look for a new club after the mutual decision to part ways. Ivan’s future had been up in the air, but it became clearer after today’s decision. Trichkovski was not training with Club Brugge and there was little information about his status prior to today’s press release by Club Brugge.
Ivan spent the 2012-13 season with Club Brugge, which was marked by injuries and disappointment, before being loaned to Waasland-Beveren for the 2013-14 season. Trichkovski did improve at Beveren, but Club Brugge decided that he was not in their plans.
Trichkovski will now look for a new club that will not have to pay a transfer fee for his services. Ivan has been linked with Charlton Athletic due to the fact that Bob Peeters is now the manager there. As a reminder, Peeters coached Trichkovski last year with Waasland-Beveren. Charlton Athletic competes in the second tier of English football, but it’s unclear if the rumor is credible or fabricated.