OGC Nice left-back Olivier Boscagli has emerged as a surprise target for PSV in the summer transfer window.
According to the football transfer rumours in Dutch media, PSV Eindhoven are linked with shock Olivier Boscagli move.
The 21-year-old has two years left on his current contract which expires in 2021.
Boscagli made 35 appearances across all competitions for Nice, scoring one goal and supplying one assist in return.
The 21-year-old has been touted as one of the brightest young prospects in France.
Olivier Boscagli has represented France at Under-17, Under-18, Under-19, Under-20 and Under-21 level, winning 39 caps and scoring one goal.
His performances have seen him become the target of many European clubs including PSV Eindhoven.
Mark van Bommel is keen to secure at least one more signing this summer, and Boscagli could very well be a man under consideration.
The France international is thought to perfectly fit the profile of defensive player Mark van Bommel wants to target in the summer transfer window.
According to Football Oranje (via Le10sport), “PSV Eindhoven wants to sign OGC Nice left-back Olivier Boscagli. PSV have already signed Toni Lato on loan from Valencia, but are still on the market for another left-back. Last week, OGC Nice played PSV in a friendly and Boscagli made a big impression on the Dutch club’s management. Saint-Etienne are also interested in the 21-year-old but neither club has reached an agreement with OGC Nice.”
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Nice are not in a position where they need to sell and would like to keep hold of the left-back, but right offer may force the club to consider a deal.
Undoubtedly he would be a fantastic recruit for PSV.
Whether or not this is the end for Olivier Boscagli in Nice remains to be seen. If the move goes through as reported, then it would be a fantastic deal for all parties involved.
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