The Dutch striker is a new PSV Eindhoven player in his country, after the agreement reached between the footballer and the two clubs
The Dutch international managed a record of 94 games and 14 goals over two seasons
Sevilla’s Dutch striker Luuk de Jong He is a new PSV Eindhoven player in his country, after the agreement reached by the footballer and the two clubs, the Seville entity reported in a statement on Saturday.
The Dutch international, after 94 games and 14 goals over two seasonsplayed on loan last year at Barcelona, Sevilla points out in its letter, in which it recalls that he arrived at the Andalusian team precisely from PSV in the summer of 2019 and made his official debut on the first day of the 2019 season /20 at the Cornellá-El Prat stadium against RCD Espanyol,
“His first goal was also in LaLiga, on matchday nine at home, to give the team the three points against Levante UD. In the regular competition he closed the year with six goals and one assist in 35 games. In the Cup 2019/20 he played four stakes, with a goal and an assist,” says Sevilla, who also highlights that where “he really made history” was in the Europa League.
In this tournament he played all four games of the final phase of the 2019-20 campaign, which took place in Germany, and scored three decisive goals, the definitive 2-1 win over Manchester United in the semifinals and the first two in the final against Inter. of Milan (3-2), which earned him to be designated as the best player of the match.
On the last day of the summer market last season (2021-22), Luuk de Jong left on loan to FC Barcelona, with whom he played 29 games -21 in LaLiga Santander, four in the Europa League, three in the League of Champions and one of the Spanish Super Cup-, in which he scored seven goals and provided an assist.
“Sevilla FC thanks Luuk de Jong for his performance in this stage as a Sevilla player, in which his name was forever linked to the club’s history, and wishes him the best of luck in this new personal and professional stage”, he underlines the club in its statement.
— PSV (@PSV) July 2, 2022
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