Bizot still aims for a transfer this summer after missing out on Nottingham Forest

Marco Bizot hopes to make a transfer this coming summer. The Dutch goalkeeper has been performing exceptionally well this season with Stade Brest, which led to an offer from Nottingham Forest. However, Brest did not agree to the deal, but Bizot still hopes to find a new club.

SoccerDino, Website Writer
Published: 02:24, 29 Feb 2024

Except for OGC Nice, which has conceded the fewest goals in Ligue 1 this season (fifteen), Brest stands out for its defensive solidity, having let in only eighteen goals. Among the standout performers is their goalkeeper, whose impressive skills between the posts have not gone unnoticed.

With a save percentage of 78.6 percent, he ranks second in the league, trailing only behind PSG's Gianluigi Donnarumma at 79.2 percent. These remarkable performances have naturally sparked interest from other clubs. "That's correct, and it's great. My goal is to make a transfer this coming summer. When you're competing at the top and have good statistics, it increases the chances of a nice transfer," he mentioned, underlining the positive impact of his performances on his transfer prospects.

At 32, the goalkeeper is brimming with ambition and doesn't believe he has hit his peak yet. "I want to see if I can take a step up, perhaps to a different league. I don't feel like I've reached my maximum potential yet. I have a strong desire to keep learning and developing myself. I believe that also helps to stay at the top for a long time." This statement reflects his hunger for new challenges and his belief in continuous improvement as a professional athlete.

During the last transfer window, there was significant interest from Nottingham Forest, indicating the goalkeeper's high demand. "That was very serious. Nottingham made an official offer to Brest. If the club had accepted it, I would be in England now. But the offer was firmly rejected, which I found very understandable. It was all very last-minute. There are probably few clubs willing to lose their first-choice goalkeeper a few hours before the transfer deadline. We'll see what happens in the summer." This experience, though ultimately not leading to a transfer, has not dampened his spirits or his hopes for a move in the near future.

The goalkeeper's aspirations and the interest he has garnered showcase the potential for a significant move in the upcoming transfer window. With his proven track record, ambition, and the attention from notable clubs, the summer transfer period could indeed present the opportunity he seeks to take his career to the next level, possibly in a new league that challenges and enables him to tap into his untapped potential.

Updated: 02:24, 29 Feb 2024