PSV Eindhoven signed Hirving Lozano from Mexican club Pachuca last summer and the winger has impressed in his debut season for the Dutch club. He scored 17 goals and registered eight assists in 29 appearances.
Lozano continued his club form for Mexico at the 2018 World Cup as Juan Carlos Osorio’s side registered a 1-0 victory over defending champions Germany. The 22-year-old scored the winner for his country.
We carried several reports talking about interest from Everton and Manchester United in signing the Mexican international. The Red Devils have been linked with Lozano for some time and he is managed by Mino Raiola.
Barcelona have also joined the race to sign the PSV player. His father, Jesus Lozano revealed approaches for his son’s services, but stressed that Hirving’s future will be more clear after the end of the Fifa tournament in Russia.
When asked about Barcelona’s interest, Jesus told ESPN in South America (via Mundo Deportivo): “Yes, there are approaches, but now nothing is clear. I think that when the World Cup is over, reality will look better, whether he will stay or PSV or leave and go to another team.”
Having impressed for club and country over the last year, Lozano will not be short of options if he decides to leave PSV in the summer transfer window.