That reports Kicker Tuesday afternoon. New PSV coach Roger Schmidt would like to have a goalkeeper with good football in the goal and Schmidt’s assistant, Lars Kornetka, has worked as a video analyst and assistant coach at Leipzig in recent years. So he knows Mvogo well. The keeper has played in five Bundesliga games so far and has been under the bar twice for the national team of Switzerland.
The German team wants to receive five million euros for Mvogo, who in recent years was mainly the stand-in of Péter Gulácsi. With this, Leipzig would recoup the transfer fee it paid to Young Boys Bern in 2017. However, this does not seem realistic with all developments regarding the coronavirus Kicker. Leipzig does not necessarily have to sell Mvogo. In East Germany, they still see a future for the Swiss, who may be Gulácsi’s successor.
PSV also does not seem to necessarily have to enter the transfer market for a new keeper, now that Unnerstall, Zoet and Jurjus are also active at the club from Eindhoven.