PSV wants to negotiate for Dest

Sergiño Dest is having an exceptional season at PSV Eindhoven and his performance in the recent game against Sevilla made it clear why the Dutch side want to secure his stay. Dest, who normally plays at right-back, played a crucial role at left-back in this game and provided a masterful assist in the second half. His talent and versatility have impressed everyone and PSV have already decided to exercise their option to buy, although they want to renegotiate the price.

When Dest decided to move to PSV, it was clear that his future at Barcelona was uncertain. His defensive problems did not fit into Xavi’s plan and his short time at AC Milan also failed due to the difficulties of adapting to Italian football. It was a difficult time in his career, but the summer gave him the opportunity to consider loan offers. PSV proved to be the right choice.

Dest’s development at PSV was amazing. Despite a slow start, he has established himself as a starter in a team that tops the Eredivisie and surprised everyone by qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League. Since October, he has proven that he is a more solid full-back in defense and has made a significant contribution in attack, which initially prompted Barcelona to sign him. It was clear to Barcelona’s previous technical management that Dest had the potential to excel and his success at PSV confirms this.

They want to renegotiate with Barça

As the newspaper Sport reports, PSV is aiming for a reduction of the original purchase option of 10 million euros. However, Barcelona appear to be responding by giving in to this request as they view Dest as a valuable asset with a promising future. The American is likely to receive offers from more prestigious clubs in the future, but he appears to be prioritizing his continuity at PSV in order to establish himself among European football’s elite.

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