There has been numerous wingers linked with PSV Eindhoven in past few months.
According to the football transfer rumours in Dutch media, PSV Eindhoven are linked with fresh move for Bruma.
The Portugal international joined RB Leipzig from Galatasaray for a fee in the region of 15 million euros in July 2017. His contract expires in the summer of 2022.
Bruma has scored 3 goals and assisted 3 more across all competitions this season. He’s incredibly experienced for a 24-year-old and still has tons of room for growth.
As a member of Portugal national football team, Bruma won 7 caps and he scored one goal.
His performances have seen him become the target of many European clubs including PSV.
Mark van Bommel has always been a manager who keeps his eyes on the most talented young players across the globe. He is a long term admirer of Bruma and believes he can get the most out of the Portugal international.
PSV Eindhoven are in the market for just a handful of statement signings who can improve the first-team.
According to Football Oranje (via TVI24), “PSV Eindhoven are interested in signing Bruma from Red Bull Leipzig. PSV Eindhoven were heavily linked with the Portuguese winger last year when he was with Galatasaray. However, Bruma decided on a switch to Red Bull Leipzig, where he has mainly been a substitute. This season he only appeared 14 times in the Bundesliga, scoring once. With PSV possibly losing both Steven Bergwijn and Hirving Lozano this summer, a new winger is a priority and they have once again turned their attentions to Bruma. The 24-year-old would reportedly cost €10 million.”
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If PSV Eindhoven are genuinely interested, a deal would not be impossible to complete.
A move to PSV is exactly what Bruma needs to reignite his career, and we hope he is able to do just that.
Will Bruma be a PSV Eindhoven player soon? Only time will tell.
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