- Barcelona will square up against EPL clubs in their bid to sign PSV midfielder Hirving Lozano.
- Man United and Everton are keeping close tabs on the Mexico international
- PSV are not keen to sell Lozano during the winter transfer window
Barcelona will face stiff opposition from Premier League clubs in their quest to seal a move for PSV Eindhoven star midfielder Hirving Lozano.
According to a Tribal Football report citing sources at Sport, claims Manchester United are keen to square up against the Spanish giants, Barcelona as well as EPL rivals Everton who are also in the running for Lozano.
Interestingly, the three clubs are keeping vigil on the talented midfielder, in the forthcoming winter transfer window in January.
However, Lorenzo’s Eredivise club, PSV according to reports, are not ready to let go of their prized asset, with club boss Mark van Bommel insisting that the Mexican will not leave for any price.
“We don't want to lose him, even if there was an offer for him of 40 or 50 million,” the former Dutch international was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Jose Mourinho is keen to secure the signature of the former Pachuca winger Hirving Lozano who had a good outing at the World Cup with Mexico.
Manchester United are preparing a £35.4m offer for the PSV Eindhoven attacker who scored 19 times for the Dutch side as well as assisting 11 last season.
The 22-year-old inspired Mexico's victory over holders Germany and led El Tri to the round of 16, where they were eliminated by Brazil.
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