Move the soap around Yorbe Vertessen. Our compatriot's move from PSV Eindhoven to Union Berlin appears to be complete, but an injury to Noa Lange has hampered the work. The club's former trendsetter has been out of action for a long time, and PSV Eindhoven are therefore unwilling to let Vertesen leave. In the Netherlands they ask: “What are you getting yourself into as a club?”
“Noah Lange will not be in the squad for the match for a longer period of time.”
You can read this news yesterday afternoon on the PSV Eindhoven website. The Dutch international had recently returned to fitness, but collapsed again last weekend. Lange has an injury to his thigh and “must follow the recovery process”.
This is of course bad news for Noah Lange herself, but perhaps also for Jorbe Vertesen. According to PSV controller Marco Timmer, PSV Eindhoven are yet to release the Belgian striker. The club will not want to do that now that the attacking option with Lange is gone.
Jorbe Vertesen had his sights set on the transfer. He also stated this to the press, for example after winning the cup against Twente. It seems that his wish was fulfilled because the interest of Union Berlin was very tangible.
Vertesen was present in the stands of the Bundesliga club last weekend, and it is said that he had already undergone his medical tests yesterday.
Will the Belgian be punished at the last minute? According to VI.nl, Vertesen's entourage reported that the striker did not want to return from Germany.
Arno Vermeulen: “This is mentally difficult for Vertesen”
Football commentator Arno Vermeulen has shed some light on the situation between our Dutch colleagues from NOS.
“This is mentally very difficult for Jorbe Vertesen,” he says. “He must have felt like a fifth wheel in Eindhoven for years and now he has to make this sacrifice. I can imagine he is having a very difficult time with that.”
PSV are logically trying to put the club's interests first, but you have to wonder if that really matters here.
“He's an opportunistic player, but lately he's probably been more effective and useful than Hirving Lozano. But he's still above him in the pecking order. PSV are logically trying to put the club's interests first, but you have to wonder if that's the case here. “It actually really matters. What kind of player do you get back from Berlin? What do you bring for yourself as a club now?”
“Actually I don't think PSV should start. With Malik Tielemann, another player will return soon who can also play on the left front. I am convinced that it is still possible to get a player in the final stretch of the transfer market. of Vertesen's caliber.”
Vertessen was already in the stands in Berlin this weekend
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