Tottenham defender Davinson Sanchez ‘expected to be the subject of a late offer from PSV’ after the Dutch side confirmed their place in the Champions League
PSV are expected to make a late push for Tottenham defender Davinson Sanchez after qualifying for the Champions League group stage with a 7-3 aggregate win against Rangers.
The Eredivisie outfit inquired about the 27-year-old earlier this week but deemed Spurs’ asking price too high. However, following their demolition of the Scottish club and assurance of lucrative matchdays Peter Bosz’s team will return, according to Eindhoven-based journalist Rik Elfrink.
Sanchez, who was signed from Ajax in 2017, is one of the players Spurs are looking to offload by the time the window closes on Friday night and has generated a lot of interest.
On Wednesday, the club rejected a £7.7million bid from Ligue 1 side Rennes having earlier accepted a £12.9m offer from Spartak Moscow, which the Colombian turned down.
Sanchez has also drawn interest from the likes of Nottingham Forest and Fulham, it is understood.
Davinson Sanchez has fallen down the pecking order at Spurs following the arrivals of Christian Romero and Micky can de Ven is recent transfer windows
Ange Postecoglou is keen to get rid of players in his squad who are unlikely to see much action
PSV have qualified for the Champions League group stage at the expense of Rangers
Mail Sport recently reported that Ligue 1 side Monaco have also turned their attention to the defender after seeing a bid rejected for Fulham’s Tosin Adarabioyo.
Sanchez made 18 appearances in all competitions last season but has slipped behind Cristian Romero and recent arrival Micky van de Ven in the pecking order.
Set for a bit-part role under new boss Ange Postecoglou, Sanchez has played two games so far this season, including in the draw at Brentford in their league opener.
He joined Spurs for just over £40m in 2017 and the club are braced to make a loss.