PSV’s Ibrahim Sangaré wanted by Nottingham Forest. However, there is no question of a bid by the number sixteen of the last Premier League season.
Nottingham Forest shows interest in Sangaré
The Athletic reported on Wednesday evening that Nottingham Forest had submitted a proposal to PSV. It’s not that far yet, but it seems only a matter of time before this will happen.
Nottingham Forest has been charmed by Sangaré for a while and was also interested last year, after promotion to the highest level in England. However, a transfer then proved impossible and Sangaré eventually extended his contract with PSV until mid-2027.
If a matching amount is offered, PSV is willing to let Sangaré go this summer. The Eindhoven residents have not disclosed their asking price. Several clubs from top European competitions, along with Nottingham Forest, have shown interest in the Ivorian international.
The 25-year-old Sangaré has spent three years with PSV. He has played 133 games for the club so far, winning two KNVB Cups and two Johan Cruijff Scales.
Fulham immediately sweeps bid for top scorer Mitrovic off the table
Al-Hilal made the arrival of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic official on Wednesday, but is certainly not done with bringing in European top players. The Saudi club has reported to Fulham for striker Aleksandar Mitrovic. The Cottagers, however, have firmly rejected an initial offer.
The BBC reports that Al-Hilal has announced that it was willing to pay just under €30 million for 28-year-old Mitrovic. However, Fulham does not want to know anything about a departure from its top scorer and has also indicated this. There are no further negotiations at the moment.
Mitrovic has been playing for Fulham since January 2018, which first rented the Serbian international and then bought it from Newcastle United for just under 25 million euros. He scored 111 times in 205 games for the club. Last season it was fourteen times in the Premier League.
Al-Hilal previously poached Rúben Neves and Kalidou Koulibaly from England. On Wednesday, Milinkovic-Savic joined that group, which is being trained by Portuguese coach Jorge Jesus.