Noni Madueke is attracting widespread interest from clubs across England and Europe, while PSV are bracing themselves for huge offers.
According to the Daily Mail, Noni Madueke is the subject of widespread interest from English and European clubs, as PSV expect huge offers to arrive before the transfer window deadline. The England U-21 star is reportedly courted by Manchester United, Liverpool and former club Tottenham, who could make their respective proposals soon.
PSV are currently preparing for their Champions League qualifier second leg against Benfica, having lost the first contest by two goals to one. The Dutch side are still very much in this game and have high hopes of progressing into the group stages of the coveted European tournament.
However, they could benefit more from qualifying as the value of one of their prized assets could skyrocket. Noni Madueke is courting interest from some of the biggest clubs in England and Europe in the ongoing summer transfer window.
Scouts from interested clubs were present for the first-leg qualifier, and most of them are expected to be present for the upcoming game. Their priority player has been Madueke, who has impressed since last season. The 19-year-old former Spurs youngster played, 32 games in all competitions last season for PSV scoring 9 goals and assisting 8 times.
In the last term, he gradually rose from the bench to become an important starter and has continued the trend since the beginning of the current season. So far, Madueke has started seven of his eight games played, scoring 6 goals in the process. His displays have seen the England U-21 star’s value rise to around £34 million.
PSV hoped to cash in on Madueke around next summer and expected to fetch around £35-40 million for the winger. However, if the teenager is to play at the same level, especially in the Champions League group stage, his value could be set to increase.
Clubs such as Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham are willing to pay a huge fee to secure him this summer. All those sides consider the winger a great prospect who could improve their teams in the long run. If PSV are to lose their game against Benfica, a transfer might still be possible.
However, PSV are in no hurry to sell him in this window, with three years left on his current deal. The Dutch side feels next summer could be the ideal time to cash in and believes there would be significant interest considering the form Madueke is in right now.
Qualifying for the Champions League could certainly affect Madueke and his future at PSV. It remains to be seen how this story transpires in the next few days as the transfer deadline draws close. Will Madueke end up making a move away from PSV or stay put to further his development at the Dutch side?