PSV has set its sights on Ramiz Zerrouki. This is reported by De Telegraaf. The people of Eindhoven see the FC Twente midfielder as a possible successor when both Ibrahim Sangaré and Érick Gutierrez leave.
De Telegraaf reports that PSV has now informed Twente, but expresses the expectation that no concrete action will be taken yet, as long as Sangaré and/or Guttierez have not yet been sold. As a result, Feyenoord, whose interest currently seems more concrete, has ‘a free playing field’ in the hunt for the signature of the 24-year-old midfielder.
Sangaré has a fixed departure clause of 37 million euros and is linked to a move to the Premier League. There is interest from Spain for Guttierez, who recently expressed his wish to leave the club. The chance therefore seems plausible that at least one of the two will leave, so that Zerrouki can just come into the picture more emphatically with the cup winner.
The Algerian international himself seems to really need a step. Jan Streuer, the departing technical director of Twente, announced on Thursday in the #DoneDeal, the transfer podcast of VoetbalPrimeur, that he would cooperate in a departure. “This player just has to make a transfer this summer, it’s that simple.”
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