Manchester United ‘seem to be in pole position’ for signing the new player
Cody Gakpo has told ESPN that Manchester United stay a serious choice for him, while there are ‘other choices’ for him to leave PSV Eindhoven in the last seven day stretch of the window.
The winger additionally conceded the “entire picture must be right” for him to leave the Dutch club.
Driessen says the 23-year-old needs to conclude what is best for him, whether to sign another arrangement with PSV or move to an unidentified league, where Manchester United ‘appear to be in post position’.
The journalist investigates ‘what gauges the most’ to help the Netherlands international go with his last choice.
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On the off chance that the Dutchman needs cash, he ought to move to another country. On the off chance that he picks to go on with Eredivisie side, it will nearly promise him a pass to the Qatar World Cup.
Driessen has given an admonition to the player that a transition to Manchester United or another top European club doesn’t promise him game time. Despite the fact that Gakpo’s admirers have an arrangement for him, he won’t acknowledge it indiscriminately.
With Erik ten Hag’s side in the image, the De Telegraaf writer states Gakpo will be ‘playing Russian roulette’ assuming he picks an experience abroad.
Over at Brabants Dagblad, they have transferred remarks made by the player himself about the choices he needs to leave the club. PSV manager Ruud van Nistelrooy isn’t ‘content’ with the circumstance his side are as of now in on account of Gakpo.
“Your best players may still be bought out now, but you can’t do anything beforehand. Each day that passes, the time to respond is shorter. It remains to be seen whether it will be possible to find a replacement at all. We have to make the most of it,” Van Nistelrooy told ESPN.