Four top Premier League sides could battle it out for the signature of PSV’s Ibrahim Sangare this summer, with the Dutch club reportedly ready to cash in on the midfielder.
The Ivory Coast international was linked with a move to England last year but eventually extended his deal in Eindhoven to June 2027 instead.
But PSV will sanction a sale in the upcoming transfer window, according to 90Min (opens in new tab), and they won’t be short of offers.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool have all shown interest in the 25-year-old, while West Ham could come into the equation if Declan Rice leaves.
Sangare’s agents are already speaking to clubs in England about his availability.
The midfielder has a €37m release clause in his contract, a price that is reflected by online portal Transfermarkt, which values Sangare at €35m.
The former Toulouse player joined PSV in September 2020 and won the Dutch Cup last season.
He has scored seven goals in 37 appearances this season across all competitions.
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