PSV Eindhoven star Cody Gakpo has ruled out a move to a big club other than Manchester United.
The 23-year-old striker was close to joining the Red Devils in the summer after having had the opportunity to speak with Erik ten Hag, but ultimately failed to reach an agreement, leading to the collapse of the deal ufabet.
However, Capo insists that he does not close the opportunity to play with other clubs as well. But will look at the appropriate again.
“I think at the end of the season I will be ready to move on,” Kakpo told Nos. “I feel like I was at the beginning of last season. but after this season I will be more ready for next season.”
When asked about his dream club, Kakpo said: “PSV has always been my dream club. I don’t have any left over for other teams.”
“Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool, it would be an honor to play with them. But I also have to look at which team I can achieve my goals.”
Despite his return to form this campaign, Rashford looked lost on the right flank against Aston Villa and, so too with Sancho, it minimises their effectiveness in the United line-up. On paper, adding Gakpo to that list would present Ten Hag with even more thinking to formulate his attacking masterplan.
His goals and assists would be worth the headache. But it would also send a red flag to the current crop.