PSV winger Luciano Narsingh could look to find a new club in the New Year with both Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion showing an interest in recent months. The 26-year-old’s current contract with the Dutch champions expires in the summer, and subsequently they risk losing him on a free transfer.
ED.nl have revealed this morning Narsingh is looking at the possibility of moving abroad, and this could happen as early as January. With the forward’s contract running down it’s been claimed he made a promise he wouldn’t leave PSV on a free next summer, and therefore he either extends his contract or he leaves for a fee in the region of €6m in the winter transfer window.
Only yesterday his agent Mino Raiola confirmed there were several clubs showing an interest in his client, but he didn’t reveal who these were. However, a move to England is likely to be a move Narsingh would be keen to make.
Sunderland and West Brom have been linked with Narsingh in recent months, and the reported €6m fee won’t be a concern to the two Premier League sides. Sunderland tried to sign the Netherlands international in the summer, whilst West Brom have recently joined the race.