The stats for Xavi Simons at PSV Eindhoven have continued to fuel exit rumours less than a year after joining the Dutch club from Paris Saint-Germain. He is in the sights of some of the biggest football clubs in Europe even as the January transfer window approaches.
Xavi Simons has been outstanding this season. His contributions helped PSV Eindhoven reach the knockout stages of the Europa League after bowing out to Rangers in the Champions League playoffs.
His performance has already tipped him to be among the Dutch contingent on the train to the FIFA World Cup as head coach of the Orange Boys Louis van Gaal is expected to include the 19-year-old in his final 25-man squad.
But in the January winter transfer window, there could be movement by top European clubs, according to Fichajes.
The three clubs interested in signing Xavi Simons in January winter transfer window
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are looking for different options in the market as the team’s performance continues to drop. With the current pace, The Reds would find it difficult to re-enter the race for the Premier League title this season.
Liverpool could sign Xavi Simons and throw him into the fray more like a supportive midfielder to Thiago Alcântara, Curtis Jones or Harvey Elliott. One of the reasons he was included in the club’s wishlist was his versatility and technical abilities.
Arsenal continues to build its team around young players. Currently, The Gunners have one of the youngest in the English Premier League, with abundant talents in almost every area.
However, a lot must be changed if Arsenal could be called a title challenger.
Arsenal are impressed with the performance of Simons, especially in the games he played against them, and Mikel Arteta is convinced the Dutchman is his next option.
AC Milan are constantly scouting Europe for young talents. The Rossoneri have some young quality players like Rafael Leão currently interesting some of the biggest teams in Europe.
AC Milan wants Xavi Simons in Italy and would attempt to lure the Dutchman amid competition from top European football clubs.